Laurie B. Biggs
A Champion for fresh starts
Laurie B. Biggs is well recognized as a leader in the bankruptcy community. Over her career, she has helped businesses, farmers, and individuals navigate through the bankruptcy process and successfully re-emerge from their financial hardships.
At the turning point of her career in 2022, Laurie established Biggs Law Firm with the determination to continue her hallmark of legal advocacy with an enhanced client experience. As a 10-time North Carolina Super Lawyer, Ms. Biggs’ successful tenure has been defined by her personal and timely service, upholding trust in each client relationship.
A Passionate Leader offering Expert Advocacy
Overview And Experience
Cum Laude, University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D., 2003
University of Michigan, B.A., 2000.
Setting The Bar High
Ms. Biggs is a Board-Certified Specialist in Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the North Carolina State Bar and practices in all of the federal and state courts in North Carolina, as well as before arbitration panels, administrative proceedings, and in mediations.
Her knowledge, experience, and understanding of the practicalities of legal practice have led to numerous honors including North Carolina Super Lawyers (2014-2023), a Top 50: Women North Carolina Super Lawyers for five years, and national recognition in Lawyers Weekly’s Women of Justice (2019), and Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite in Bankruptcy (2021-2022). The 2018 Annual Directory of Super Lawyers published by Thomson Reuters, named Ms. Biggs as one of the six best business bankruptcy attorneys in the State of North Carolina.
the key to success
As one of the state’s most renowned bankruptcy attorneys, Ms. Biggs regularly helps business owners restructure financially distressed businesses, representing agribusiness, farmers, and high net-worth individuals.
Laurie helps individuals, businesses, and small business owners in bankruptcy cases, represents property owners in eminent domain or condemnation cases, and helps businesses and individuals with real estate, estate planning, and tax matters.