Mid Missouri Bankruptcy Center
Dianna Coy Long, Attorney at Law
Ms. Long is a graduate of Misouri State University. She received her law degree in 1991 from the University of Missouri, Columbia. She has practiced bankruptcy law since 1995, taking two years out to serve as a full-time county attorney. Since 2002, the focus of her practice has been municipal and consumer bankruptcy, which she now practices exclusively. She is a member of the Missouri Bar Association, The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the National Association of Consumer Advocates and the American Bankruptcy Institute. She was admitted to federal practice in 1991.
Ms Long is a regular speaker at the Missouri Bar Association's continuing legal education course "Bankruptcy Basics." She prepared written materials and spoke to on these subjects: Basic Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Credit and Budget Counseling Requirements in Bankruptcy, Essential Bankruptcy Documents, and Bankruptcy Trustees.
Bankruptcy, debt settlement and credit report disputes are all that we do. We believe that bankruptcy and debt-related law is so complex that clients are best served if attorneys stick to just practicing in that one area. Recent changes in bankruptcy law have made it difficult for attorneys who just handle an occasional bankruptcy case to know everything that they need to know in order to serve their clients well. We belong to a number of organizations that are just for attorneys who practice bankruptcy and debt law. And, we subscribe to several journals just so that we can keep up with the law.
Business Hours of Operation
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday, Closed Saturday and Sunday.
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