Our Bankruptcy Attorneys are here to help. Bankruptcy can stop garnishments, repossessions, foreclosures, creditor law suits and collection calls – but it has to be done right. The Bankruptcy process is complex and having an experienced attorney and staff can make a big difference in your case. Choosing the right bankruptcy attorneys is an important decision.
Our bankruptcy attorneys have dedicated their practice to consumer bankruptcy. They will explain your options and help you plan your bankruptcy case so that you can minimize your losses and get back in control of your financial future. Our goal is for you to understand what will happen in your particular case.
We have responsive, caring staff who can help you navigate the process and make sure your case is successful. Our two paralegals have over 10 years of experience each in bankruptcy practice. We also have a legal assistant and an accounts manager to ensure we provide excellent customer service. A lot of our business comes from referrals and we will work hard to provide you with competent, responsive legal representation.
Find out if bankruptcy is the best option for you. Talk to a lawyer today.
Christopher R. Coons Attorney at Law
Chris Coons was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology at the University of Tennessee and later received a Masters Degree at the University of Memphis.
Chris moved to Lawrence in 1996 and graduated from The University of Kansas School of Law in 1999. He apprenticed himself to a bankruptcy attorney as an associate for several years and soon found his calling in Bankruptcy Law. He has been a partner and managing attorney at other firms and has personally filed over 2,000 consumer bankruptcy cases. Chris is married with two children.
Kristina S. Crump Attorney at Law
Kristina received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas. She received an MBA at Baker University and graduated from the Law School at the University of Kansas in 2009. Kristina has extensive experience working with people who have financial difficulties. Before practicing law, Kristina was a Case Management Director at ECKAN, a community action center dedicated to assisting people in need in East Central Kansas.
Kristina focuses exclusively on bankruptcy. She brings her non-profit experience to the table when helping her clients. Kristina is married with three children.
Amelia E. Brown Associate Attorney
Amelia Brown joined our office in July of 2017. She was born and raised in Kansas, and planned to become an attorney from a very young age. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Friends University, and graduated from Washburn University School of Law in 2015.
In her free time, Amelia is an avid reader and enjoys being active. She has two cats, Kitteh and Grover.
Mikalah Humphrey Paralegal
Mikalah has been a bankruptcy paralegal for over 15 years. Mikalah has extensive experience working with the attorneys and their clients to keep cases on track. She is familiar with all the aspects of the ECF (Bankruptcy filing) system. Mikalah is often the initial point of contact for post-filing issues. Mikalah is married with two children.
Nikki Dayton Paralegal
Nikki has been a bankruptcy paralegal for over 18 years. Nikki is a life long resident of Kansas, originally from Goodland. Nikki files initial pleadings in the ECF (Bankruptcy filing) system and is often the initial point of contact for post filing issues. Nikki is married with two children.
Alexis Smith Legal Assistant
Alexis joined our team in February of 2017. She received her degree in English from KU (rock chalk!) and her MFA from the University of Colorado. A Kansas native, she is glad to be back home among some of the nicest people in the country. She has two small dogs named Gretel and Arthur.