also known as Reed Allmand
Helping Good People Through Bad Times.
Reed Allmand, the founder of Allmand Law Firm, PLLC, is an experienced Dallas / Fort Worth bankruptcy lawyer with an impressive track record. He is certified in Consumer Bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. What does this mean exactly? It means that he has demonstrated to possess expert knowledge regarding bankruptcy law. Whether he is handling a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 case, he is committed to helping his clients obtain a successful bankruptcy discharge. He personally ensures that petitions are filled out correctly and submitted appropriately in order to increase the chances of success.
Because no two bankruptcy cases are exactly alike, Attorney Allmand creates legal strategies that reflect the specific needs of the men and women he represents. Over the course of his legal career—which spans a decade—he has had countless successful results. When it comes to protecting the interests and rights of his clients, he is relentless and strategic. The highly rated Avvo lawyer obtained his law degree from Texas Wesleyan University in 2000 and has an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau! Needless to say, he has a reputation for providing well-versed and reliable counsel.
Attorney Allmand is a member of many professional organizations, such as the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the American National Bankruptcy Institute, and the American Consumer Bankruptcy College, to name a few. If you would like to discuss the nature of your bankruptcy case with Attorney Allmand, call us at (214) 238-9608 as soon as possible. He can walk you through the entire bankruptcy process, from start to finish, in order to avoid any unnecessary delays. You can get the answers to all your questions during a free financial empowerment session to get things started. He represents debt-ridden individuals in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Mid-Cities.
Languages spoken: Spanish, English
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I have known Reed since the start of law school—about 13 years. In law school, he was always prepared. His responses to the professors were insightful and logical. He was well liked in school and he studied hard. Reed’s reputation followed him into his current practice. In fact, I have referred several of my family (divorce) and criminal law clients to him when they were contemplating bankruptcy. He is accessible and knowledgeable. Our mutual clients reported to me that they enjoyed his pragmatic and practical proposals to resolve their legal issues. He is also my “go-to guy” for any bankruptcy questions or issues. Reed has my highest recommendation for all bankruptcy law issues.
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2000||12/20/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|A+||Better Business Bureau||2009|
|Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy||Texas Board of Legal Specialization||2001|
|Board Certification||State Bar of Texas||2001|
|Owner||Allmand Law||2011 - Present|
|Partner/Lead Attorney/Owner||Allmand & Lee||2001 - Present|
|Partner/Lead Attorney/Owner||Higgins & Allmand, P.C.||2001 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Chair Elect||2012 - Present|
|American Consumer Bankruptcy College||Member||2007 - Present|
|Better Business Bureau||Accredited Business||2005 - Present|
|American National Bankruptcy Institute||Member||2001 - Present|
|Dallas County Bar Association||Member||2001 - Present|
|Tarrant County Bar Association||Member||2001 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||2001 - Present|
|Texas Board of Legal Specialization||Member||2001 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2001 - Present|
|Dallas Association of Young Lawyers||Member||N/A|
|Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|4 Minutes to Spare||Saved clients' home with 4 minutes to spare.|
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|Los Angeles Times||Bankruptcy is an option for homeowners trying to avoid foreclosure.||2009|
|Texas Wesleyan University School of Law||Law||Juris Doctorate||2000|
|Abilene Christian University||Accounting and Finance||Bachelor of Business Administration||1997|