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Erika L. Stolzer | Associate

Erika Stolzer counsels and represents the firm's individual clients and businesses who are members of LegalShield in a variety of practice areas.  She has a particularly broad knowledge and experience in the area of bankruptcy.  Before beginning at Lisle Rutledge P.A., she worked for almost six years as a staff attorney to the U.S. Bankruptcy judge in Northwest Arkansas.  Prior to that, she worked at a Little Rock law firm representing creditors in bankruptcy cases.  her experience within bankruptcy encompasses issues concerning consumer debt, collections, mortgage defaults and foreclosure, and the FDCPA, as well as broad knowledge of Title 11 of the United States Code and the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

Originally from Mountain Home, Arkansas, Erika attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, and the William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock.  While in law school, she was an Associate Copy Editor and Law Review member, a secretary for the Student Bar Association, and received the Dean's Certificate for more than 100 hours of community service.  She also had the opportunity to extern with a federal district judge in Little Rock and a property barrister in Dublin, Ireland.  Erika, her husband, and their children live in Fayetteville.

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Areas of Practice:

  • Bankruptcy Debtor/Consumer
  • Adoptions
  • Estate planning
  • Trust Planning
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