About Tracy WrisingerBusiness bankruptcy attorney, Tracy Wrisinger, joined the Sader Law Firm team in 2013, where she focuses her practice on bankruptcies, particularly business-related cases. She attended the University of Missouri and finished her undergraduate education at William Jewell College in 1988 with degrees in Mathematics and Education. She taught high school math in Grand Prairie, Texas, for three years before enrolling in graduate school. Tracy has taught as an adjunct faculty member at William Jewell College and for Maple Woods and Penn Valley Community College. She was selected as the Evening Division Professor of the Year in 2003 at William Jewell College. In addition to developing her own law practice since returning to Missouri in 1997, she has been principal in the Marvel Group, LLC, a small business marketing company specializing in website design and targeted marketing strategies. She worked to help establish the Midwest Bankruptcy Litigation Center before returning to private solo practice in 2012. Tracy earned both her law degree and an MBA from Southern Methodist University in 1995. Tracy and her husband, Tony, have three children. The Wrisingers are active members of Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, where Tracy serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees. To speak with Tracy about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, bankruptcy for businesses in Kansas City or any other matters related to bankruptcy, reach out to our firm today. We offer free phone consultations to discuss the best solutions for you or your business. At The Sader Law Firm, our focus on bankruptcy means that gaining the financial solutions our clients need to move past their heavy debt burdens is our number one priority.
- Business Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Attorney, The Sader Law Firm|
|Southern Methodist University||MBA|
|Southern Methodist University||J.D.|
|William Jewell College||B.A.||Mathematics and Education|
|University of Missouri - Columbia|
|What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?|
If you are trying to find a way to both file bankruptcy and keep your house and car, Chapter 13 might be a good option for you. However, not everyone qualifies for Chapter 13, and as lawyer Tracy Wrisinger explains in this video, your best option is call a law firm and find out which solution is best for your situation.
If you are trying to find a way to both file bankruptcy and keep your house and car, Chapter 13 ...If you are trying to find a way to both file bankruptcy and keep your house and car, Chapter 13 might be a good option for you. However, not everyone qualifies for Chapter 13, and as lawyer Tracy Wrisinger explains in this video, your best option is call a law firm and find out which solution is best for your situation. Transcript: Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a reorganization bankruptcy. It gives you an opportunity to keep all of your stuff. You can keep your car, you can keep your house. You make payments over a period of time. At the end of that period of time, then whatever has not been paid gets discharged. What I like about a Chapter 13 is it gives you an opportunity to stop the calls, stop the harassment, stop all of the collection activity, garnishments, etc. It allows you to put together a plan to repay most of your debt. Whatever debt does not get repaid can get discharged at the end and gives you a fresh start at the end. You leave a Chapter 13 debt--free with a fresh start. The best thing to do is to contact an attorney, because there are a lot of factors that go into filing for Chapter 13 and determining if it’s the best option for you. The Sader Law Firm 2345 Grand Blvd St. 1925 Kansas City, MO 64108 (816) 561-1818 http://www.saderlawfirm.com/ Hide
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RT @kcbankruptcyguy: The Struggle to Repay Student Loans - http://bit.ly/11ZSHfZ— Tracy Wrisinger (@WrisingerLaw) July 20, 2013
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RT @kcbankruptcyguy: No Substitute for High Quality Work - http://bit.ly/12kqfTE— Tracy Wrisinger (@WrisingerLaw) June 29, 2013
RT @kcbankruptcyguy: A bankrupt coal producer has a judge's go-ahead to significantly cut health care and pension benefits to... http://t.co/LIvbszzVgb— Tracy Wrisinger (@WrisingerLaw) June 5, 2013
RT @kcbankruptcyguy: Casey Anthony’s Bankruptcy Trustee relinquishes rights to her story… http://fb.me/2wmTf9zHS— Tracy Wrisinger (@WrisingerLaw) May 14, 2013
RT @kcbankruptcyguy: Oreck uses Chapter 11 to...clean up ;-) http://usat.ly/10myAXq— Tracy Wrisinger (@WrisingerLaw) May 14, 2013