Lindsey Craft & Michael Wambolt Join Millsap & Singer as Associate Attorneys
ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 11, 2009 — Associate Attorneys Lindsey Craft and Michael Wambolt have joined Millsap & Singer, LLC, a provider of high-quality legal representation in the states of Missouri and Kansas, specializing in foreclosure, bankruptcy and mortgage related litigation in both state and federal courts. Firm Partner Vernon D. Singer made the announcement.
Even prior to joining Millsap & Singer, Ms. Craft represented mortgage lenders in the foreclosure process, coordinating legal aspects of foreclosure activity, from money judgment to filing the title claims that obtained rightful indemnity for clients with another firm. At Millsap & Singer, she will work in Kansas judicial foreclosures. Ms. Craft obtained her Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree from Iowa State University before earning her J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law, along with her Elder Law Certificate. She currently resides in Prairie Village, Kan.
Mr. Wambolt will serve as an associate attorney with Millsap & Singer, focusing on litigation and bankruptcy. Prior to joining the firm, he was the assistant attorney general in Missouri, where he worked in collections, consumer protection and child support enforcement. He attended the University of Nevada-Reno and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. Following graduation, he then earned his J.D. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Mr. Wambolt now lives in Parkville, Mo.
“We are thrilled to welcome two invaluable members to the Millsap & Singer staff,” said Mr. Singer. “Each new addition to the team reconfirms our commitment to expertly representing our clients in the states in Kansas and Missouri.”
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About Millsap & Singer
Founded in 1970, Millsap & Singer, LLC, with offices in St. Louis, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas, provides high-quality legal representation in foreclosure, bankruptcy and mortgage related litigation in both state and federal courts.