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ABOUT JEPPSON LAW OFFICE, LLC
Jeppson Law Office, LLC is a consumer protection firm. In short, we are here to help. We have experienced attorneys focused on bankruptcy, debt negotiation, consumer protection claims. We provide quality service at a flat rate. We offer payment plans and free consultations with actual attorneys, not staff. Call us today for your free consultation.
 

Attorney Joseph Chaddick Jeppson
Attorney Joe Jeppson established his Kansas City, Missouri, law firm, Jeppson Law Office, LLC, in 2011 with the goal of protecting the rights of consumers living in the Kansas City metropolitan area and surrounding western Missouri. Today, he continues to work toward his original goal by helping his clients navigate the complexities associated with the following:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • Credit repair
  • Debt settlement

Mr. Jeppson began practicing law in 2006 after earning his law degree from University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and his admission to The Missouri Bar. After law school, he worked for two Kansas City bankruptcy firms, and, at the second firm, he rose to the rank of partner. Since founding his law firm in 2011, he has continued to focus on growing his knowledge of bankruptcy law. As a result of his efforts, the American Board of Certification has recognized him as a board-certified consumer bankruptcy attorney.

In the nearly 10 years since Mr. Jeppson began his legal career, he has earned the respect of the legal community. In fact, he currently serves on the board of directors for the Kansas City Bankruptcy Bar Association, where he is also the president-elect. Attorney Jeppson is also a regular guest speaker at legal events and a presenter of continuing education classes.

Mr. Jeppson’s involvement in the legal community is not limited to the organizations he helps lead. He is also a member of a number of associations, including the American Bankruptcy Institute.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.