Alyssa is an associate attorney at Walker & Walker Law Offices, where she practices consumer bankruptcy.
She focuses on Chapter 13 Bankruptcy practice and is the chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association Bankruptcy Section, Consumer Committee.
After growing in up in Palm Springs, California, Alyssa moved to Minnesota be closer to her extended family.
She enjoys the changing seasons and friendly faces that the Midwest has to offer.
In the warmer months, you will find her outside backpacking, kayaking, or working with horses.
Alyssa earned her undergraduate degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato and her J.D. from the University of South Dakota, School of Law.
She works from the Blaine Bankruptcy Attorney’s Office.
WHY I PRACTICE BANKRUPTCY LAW
There are many reasons why a person may fall into debt.
Alyssa assures each of her clients that most people find their way to her office after something bad has happened, whether that be loss of employment, divorce, personal illness of that of a family member.
A person can do all of the right things and still end up in debt.
Alyssa truly believes that debt does not define someone, nor does it have to be a life sentence.
She has helped countless individuals and families on their way to a much-deserved fresh start.
Alyssa understands that times of financial burden can cause extreme stress for individuals and the idea of bankruptcy may seem overwhelming.
She spends time with her clients to discuss their concerns and their long-term goals so that she can tailor each person’s bankruptcy case to meet their individual needs.
Her favorite part of practicing bankruptcy is seeing her clients go on to work for and achieve their goals without the limitations of debt weighing them down.
Alyssa is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and is active in the Bankruptcy Section and the Consumer Committee.
In the past, she has enjoyed volunteering with legal services, where she represented the interest of low-income individuals and advocated for the rights of individuals with disabilities.