Weldon Reed Allmand
About Weldon Reed AllmandConsumer bankruptcy is the only area of law that I practice. It is my experience that the best way to serve my clients is to devote all my time to one area of law.
I have selected this area to specialize in because it dramatically impacts peoples lives in a real way. It is a very rewarding experience to meet with a client in crisis who is facing the loss of their property, experiencing loss of sleep and loss of good will with friends and family members, and having the opportunity to improve their situation.
My number one goal is to assure that clients who visit with me benefits from my services and walks out of my office a new person with a fresh start. It is my experience that anyone is one job loss or one unexpected emergency away from the need for a bankruptcy attorney.
All of my clients are good people that have been the victim of bad circumstance.
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- American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover
- Free Consultation
- Free Initial Consultation. We will work to fit your budget and needs if Bankruptcy is right for you.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Consumer Bankruptcy Law (Texas State Bar)|
|Owner, Allmand Law|
|Partner/Lead Attorney/Owner , Allmand & Lee|
|Partner/Lead Attorney/Owner , Higgins & Allmand, P.C.|
|Texas Wesleyan University||Juris Doctor (2000)|
|Honors: I graduated in the top 20% of my class.|
|Abilene Christian University||Bachelor of Arts (1996)||Accounting and finance.|
|Honors: Cum Laude|
|A+, Better Business Bureau|
|Certified in Consumer Bankruptc, Texas Board Of Legal Specialization|
|Board Certification , State Bar of Texas|
|Member, American Consumer Bankruptcy College|
|Accredited Buisness, Better Business Bureau|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Member, American National Bankruptcy Institute|
|Member, Dallas County Bar Association|
|Member, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys|
|Member, Tarrant County Bar Association|
|Member, Texas Board Of Legal Specialization|
|Member, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers|
|Member, Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association|
|Member, Texas State Bar|
|Top 10 Reasons to choose Reed Allmand as your Bankruptcy Lawyer|
Top 10 Reasons to hire Reed Allmand as your Bankruptcy Attorney.
http://www.allmandlaw.com Talking about saving properties from foreclosure is one thing, but ...http://www.allmandlaw.com Talking about saving properties from foreclosure is one thing, but actually going the extra mile and bringing positive results is quite another. This is where Allmand's experience and expertise in consumer bankruptcy -- most specifically in Chapters 7 and 13 -- makes all the difference. "Our firm has proven time and again that filing for bankruptcy can be a legitimate choice to maintain assets and start a new financial plan," he explains. "It invokes the power of federal law called the bankruptcy 'stay' which forces creditors to cease all collection efforts immediately. This means that after a bankruptcy is filed creditors cannot foreclose, repossess, sue, garnish, call, or undertake any other actions to collect a debt without first getting permission of the Bankruptcy Court. This allows the consumer to basically call a 'time out' and freeze creditors in their tracks while they reorganize their debts in Chapter 13 or discharge them entirely in Chapter 7." Hide
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RT @1kWattsRealtor: Foreclosure: Should You File Bankruptcy To Save Your Home? https://t.co/muy2folFZO via @AllmandLaw #foreclosure #bankruptcy— Weldon Reed Allmand (@AllmandLaw) 1 day ago
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RT @ACCC_helps: When is bankruyptcy the best option for your finances? http://bit.ly/1qUvohQ @AllmandLaw— Weldon Reed Allmand (@AllmandLaw) 1 day ago
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RT @TalkCentsBlog: Is bankruptcy ever the best option for your finances? It might be. http://bit.ly/1qUvEgG @AllmandLaw— Weldon Reed Allmand (@AllmandLaw) 1 day ago
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