A Kansas City Lawyer Who Understands Personal Bankruptcy Issues

Most consumers try to make good on their debts. Most people would never think about filing for debt relief through bankruptcy. But when consumers are faced with serious problems like loss of a job, a struggling business, divorce, serious illness or a death in the family, they may need the experienced help of a consumer bankruptcy attorney.

My name is Doug Breyfogle. I have helped clients in Missouri and Kansas obtain real relief from overwhelming debt since 1993. I can help dispel any of the myths about bankruptcy that may make it more difficult to make an informed decision.

Contact my office in Kansas City today for a free, informative and confidential consultation.

Your Personal Bankruptcy Plan

I will guide you through the two major types of bankruptcy — Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 — and help you decide which is the best way to stop foreclosure or creditor harassment. Fifteen years of experience with consumer bankruptcy law means I can help you get a fresh start efficiently.

My experience also allows me to help you explore alternatives to bankruptcy like debt negotiation. Whether through filing consumer bankruptcy or finding an alternative solution that fits your needs better, my goal will be to help you come up with a rational plan of action that gets you the relief you need and sets you on the road to recovery after an economic downturn.

Rapid Solutions and a Focus on the Future

I can help you develop a personalized solution to out-of-control debt. I understand the specific laws and exemptions that apply to bankruptcy in Missouri and Kansas. I can help you understand all your options and the potential consequences of each, so that you can make an informed decision. I can explain the bankruptcy timeline and take rapid action on your behalf. I can also help you develop an individualized plan for life after bankruptcy.

Contact Me Today

To discuss your situation in a free telephone consultation, please call my Kansas City office at 816-223-8233. You can also contact me by e-mail now for answers to your important questions or to schedule an appointment.

For answers to commonly asked questions about bankruptcy, please visit the bankruptcy FAQ.