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Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer

Reed Allmand

“I know that financial hardships can fall on good people through no fault of their own”
Weldon “Reed” Allmand”

Talking about saving properties from foreclosure, cars from repossession or helping families get back on their feet is one thing, but actually going the extra mile and bringing positive results is quite another. My experience and expertise in consumer bankruptcy – most specifically in Chapters 7 and 13 – makes all the difference.


During his decades long career as one of the leading bankruptcy lawyers in North Texas, Reed Allmand has worked on several large cases for high-profile clients, but he emphasizes, all cases and all clients are equally important to him.

Reed Allmand has made a name for himself in the consumer bankruptcy niche – as extensive media coverage in Los Angeles Times, Fox News and CBS-TV, among other news outlets demonstrates. All this goes to prove that Allmand is not only a legal whiz, but is also committed to pulling all the stops to save people from what he calls “unimaginable hardships that could turn their entire lives upside down.”

Reed Allmand consistently provides Pro Bono services to those in need and has committed his firm to filing between 5-10 Pro Bono cases every month in partnership with various legal aid organizations.

Clearer mind and better focus – not to mention his faith – help Allmand confront and tackle numerous challenges inherent to his job


  • Juris Doctorate
    Texas Wesleyan University

  • Finance
    Abilene Christian University


  • Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

  • Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy by the American Board of Certification


  • Legal Innovator
    Texas Legal Awards

  • Pro-Bono Lawyer of the Year


  • American Bar Association

  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

  • Tarrant County Bar Association

  • America National Bankruptcy Institute

  • Dallas County Bar Association

  • American Consumer Bankruptcy College