Court Koehler - Managing Attorney
What if you had money left over in your checking account at the end of the month, instead of having to use it all to make minimum payments on credit cards, and still not having enough?
What if you could answer calls from numbers you didn’t recognize because you weren’t afraid they were collectors calling to ask for money you don’t have?
What if you could walk into a bank to apply for a mortgage knowing that you had the down payment and good credit you need to buy a house?
If you’ve been thinking about stuff like this, then we should talk because I help people like you who are experiencing extreme financial stress protect their homes, livelihoods, and paychecks.
My name is Court Koehler, and I’m a bankruptcy attorney. I got my undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and History at the University of Utah, and graduated law school at Creighton University where I was a member of the Board of Editors of the Creighton Law Review, and possibly the only student on campus who was not a Huskers fan. When I have enough free time I like to hang out with my kids, watch football, fish, golf, and play jazz guitar; but I usually only have enough time to hang out with my kids and watch football.