Leigh Kline is the Founder and President of The Kline Law Firm. After graduating from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan, Leigh moved to St. Louis and began practicing bankruptcy law in 2012. Leigh is admitted to practice law in Missouri, as well as certified to practice within the Federal Court in the Eastern District of Missouri and the Southern and Central Districts of Illinois. Leigh has extensive bankruptcy experience handling both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases and is one of the best bankruptcy attorneys in St. Charles. He is able to handle all related issues involving foreclosure, wage garnishment and property repossession. Leigh also has experience in criminal, traffic and family law.
Leigh understands that navigating the legal system can be a stressful experience, and that finding and hiring an attorney can be intimidating. Leigh works hard to ensure all of his clients feel at ease. There is no need to feel embarrassed because you need help. People make mistakes and fall into difficult circumstances. Leigh is personally committed to each client and involved in every aspect of your case from the initial consultation through each filing or court appearance. Leigh and his team work to thoroughly prepare each client, making the process accessible and allowing you to make a fully informed decision. You can feel confident in pursuing the course of action you decide on with Leigh’s guidance. He looks forward to helping each client toward a new future.
Wes Gotschall is an Associate Attorney of The Kline Law Firm. Wes began practicing law in the St. Louis/St. Charles area after being admitted to the State Bar of Missouri, as well as the Federal Eastern District of Missouri and Southern District of Illinois, in 2013 after graduating from The Thomas M Cooley Law School of Western Michigan University in 2012.
Wes has extensive experience practicing bankruptcy law in the St. Louis/St. Charles area. He has filed well over 500 cases in Missouri and Illinois and is well versed to help his clients throughout the bankruptcy process.
At the Kline Law Firm, Wes works day in and day out to help the people of this area take control of their financial future by helping them to get a fresh start following a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or to reorganize and manage their debt in Chapter 13 bankruptcy. He wants his clients to know and understand all of the options that are available to them to help them when times are tough. Whether they are facing wage garnishment, repossession, foreclosure, or other threatening debt collection practices, he wants to help them to put a stop to the collection process and find a way to use the bankruptcy laws that are there to help his clients.
Wes has lived in the St. Louis area since 2012 after growing up in Central Illinois. He attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he received a degree in political science with a minor in history prior to attending law school in Michigan. He has always had a love for the city of St. Louis, is an avid St. Louis sports fan, and intends to make St. Louis his home for the rest of his life.
If you are interested in information or just finding out what your options are in bankruptcy, Wes and the other attorneys and staff of The Kline Law Firm are ready to assist you.
Andrew Stilinovic is an Associate Attorney of the Kline Law Firm. After graduation from The University of Missouri-Columbia Law School in 2014, he immediately started working in the St. Louis area practicing bankruptcy law.
Andrew has extensive experience working in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases. He has filed over 500 cases and knows the ins and outs of the complicated Bankruptcy laws. He is able to file on bankruptcy cases in the Eastern District of Missouri and in the Southern District of Illinois and is thoroughly experienced in both districts.
Everyday Andrew works on helping getting people relief through the Bankruptcy code. He understands that trying to navigate the waters of debt, foreclosure, repossession and garnishments are difficult for the people of St. Louis and St. Charles and works hard to explain everything that people need to know to get free of or manage their debt.
Andrew is always available to speak with clients and explain what is happening in the cases. He can talk with you directly and always makes sure client communication is the number one priority.
Andrew was born and raised in St. Louis and attended DeSmet Jesuit High School. After high school Andrew attended Truman State University, obtaining degrees in both Political Science and Psychology. Before deciding to attend law school, Andrew spent a year volunteering as a teacher at a high school in Kansas City. During that volunteer year Andrew found that he had a desire to help those in need and thought the best way to do that would be to become an attorney. Through bankruptcy, Andrew has helped hundreds of people obtain relief from debt, save their homes, stop repossessions on their cars, and kept many people’s utilities running through the bankruptcy process.
If you need help working through the Bankruptcy laws, Andrew can work with you to do so.
Anna is the paralegal for The Kline Law Firm. She is the voice you hear when you call and is a helpful hand when needed most. She is always happy to help with any questions you may have. It is a common misconception that the attorney is the one with all of the answers, but a good paralegal is the meat and bones inside the operation. Anna is extremely knowledgeable, caring and hard working and she gets things done for our clients.
Anna graduated from Sanford Brown College in 2004 with an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies. She has been working in the legal industry for 11 years and has been employed with The Kline Law Firm since the doors opened.
Anna was born and raised in St. Louis, MO and is the mother of three boys and one canine. When she is not working at The Kline Law Firm, she enjoys working at home on homework, special projects, obedience training (for the children and the dog), cooking, cleaning and maybe some light reading by the pool (when there is time).