At The Elmer Law Firm, we strive to bring the people of West Alabama the best legal and financial guidance and advice. When an individual walks through our door, we will sit down to hear your troubles, discuss your options, and decide on a plan of relief. Filing for bankruptcy is a big decision and is something that must be considered by you and your family. It may not be right for everyone.
Our main focus is to make sure you are fully informed of the complicated legal maze which is the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. We will always be upfront and let you know what your options are. We will be here if you have any questions. We will represent you in front of your creditors. We will support you throughout the bankruptcy process – from beginning to end. Together, we will find a solution that works for you.
About L. Kenneth Elmer
Ken Elmer has been a practicing bankruptcy attorney since graduating from law school in 2008. While attending college at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Ken interned in Washington, D.C. for a Congressman and saw firsthand how the laws that directly impact people’s finances are created. Also while in college, Ken worked full time for a collections firm. There Ken learned the tactics by which creditors pursue clients. It was at this time when he resolved to pursue a career helping people in financial distress.
Following college, Ken studied at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham. While in school, Ken served as Treasurer of The Federalist Society and was on the Dean’s List. After graduating in 2008, Ken was admitted to the Alabama State Bar as well as all three United States District Courts in the State. From there, he clerked for the highly respected bankruptcy attorney Linda Burns, in Jasper. Following that clerkship, Ken worked for the Birmingham-based firm of Bond, Botes, Reese and Shinn. Since founding the Elmer Law Firm, Ken now strives to provide the highest quality legal services to the people of Tuscaloosa and all of West Alabama.
Ken has appeared on WVUA’s Law Call weekly television program hosted by Lynn Brooks as a special guest expert on their Consumer Bankruptcy program.
When not working, Ken enjoys spending time with his wife, Amy, and their son, as well as watching the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Philadelphia Phillies play. Ken also enjoys reading, fishing, and is involved with his church.