I am a bankruptcy and commercial law attorney with more than ten years of experience helping thousands of families save their homes, cars, and their sanity. I work with my clients to decide if their financial situation is such that it requires bankruptcy or if other alternatives are available. Whether there is one creditor or hundreds, we will figure out how to put you in a better position economically and significantly reduce the stress related to your finances. Together, we’ll look at every option and reach a resolution you can live with. With practical legal expertise, I will work to minimize the devastating impact of financial distress, while guiding you to a fresh start through the bankruptcy process. A free consultation can be arranged to discuss your needs, your goals, and your budget. Let’s chat.
“I work to help guide you toward a fresh start through the bankruptcy process.”
Amanda Stofan, J.D. graduated from the University of Georgia in 2001, received her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2005, and achieved additional certification as a Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist. Of the 23,000 licensed Tennessee attorneys, fewer than 300 have met the rigorous standard to be board certified as specialists. She is a member of the Chattanooga and Tennessee Bar Associations, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and serves as a Board member of the Mid-South Commercial Law Institute. She also serves on the Board of Crabtree Farms. Amanda and her husband, Matt, have two young children and she is an avid supporter of the Tennessee River Gorge Trust and other local charities.
Tennessee Bar Association
Chattanooga Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute
Tennessee River Gorge Trust
Mid South Commercial Law Institute
American Board of Certification