Ms. Drysdale-Crown is an experienced Bankruptcy attorney who is admitted to practice in the Bankruptcy Courts for both the Eastern and Western Federal Districts of Michigan. She is also a licensed attorney in the State of Michigan. Ms. Drysdale-Crown is passionate about educating people in regards to debt relief options and representing them through the often difficult and emotional debt relief process. She has received extensive training in the current Bankruptcy Code, Rules and case law.
Ms. Drysdale-Crown received her undergraduate triple-major degree from Michigan State University. She also received her juris doctor from Michigan State University, College of Law. She has been active as a pro bono general civil small claims mediator and was a two year board member of a community mediation center. Her experience also includes federal and state criminal appeals, divorce, custody, estate planning, and several years as a Project Coordinator for the Michigan Supreme Court, State Court Administrative Office (SCAO). While employed with SCAO, she provided oversight for a court-based parenting time mediation program, and also developed training for parenting time mediation directed at attorneys, court personnel and local mediators. Ms. Drysdale-Crown is also an experienced domestic relations and general civil mediator, and a trained collaborative law mediator as well.