Choosing the right bankruptcy law firm

If you are ready for a fresh start through a bankruptcy filing, then choosing the right bankruptcy law firm to represent you is crucial. While the bankruptcy process is very complicated, at Walden & Pfannenstiel, you will have a bankruptcy attorney with you every step of the way; from the initial consultation, document preparation, filing of your case and personal representation at the 341 meeting. Our attorneys take the necessary time to get to know you and your situation – resolving all key issues prior to filing.

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Family Law

Our bankruptcy attorneys are not here to judge you. We believe our bankruptcy clients are strong and courageous, because they choose to handle their financial problems. Bankruptcy can relieve the stress caused by debt.

Corporate Law
Estate Planning

Our attorneys handle estate preparation for clients throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area. The personal attention and service of our knowledgeable legal team is here for you.

About Us

Whether you need to prepare documents, protect assets, or administer the estate of a loved one, at Walden & Pfannenstiel, we understand how difficult it can be when faced with these legal matters. There is no need to go through it alone.

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A year free of debt

A New Year is a time to look at the next 12 months with hope and possibility, let our bankruptcy attorneys assist you and have a Happy New Year in 2017. Every day we see debtors and their households struggling with debt. The debt is keeping these families from enjoying their lives together, because they are so consumed with financial worries.
April 5
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6 tips to avoid expensive legal advice

As of April 1, 2016 the Median Income Levels changed once again. Median income levels in Kansas and Missouri are up across the board! If your income has been on the border in the past, due to these changes, your ability to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy might have changed.