Brent Westbrook, Founding Member

Experienced Missouri Bankruptcy Attorney

Brent Westbrook has built his St. Charles based law practice focusing exclusively on helping individuals and businesses in financial distress through bankruptcy. While attending law school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, Brent competed in Bankruptcy Moot Court in New York City and also completed an internship with the Chief Bankruptcy Judge in the Western District of Missouri. Brent’s extensive experience and commitment to bankruptcy law naturally led him to pursue a career advocating for the rights of the financially distressed. Brent finished law school in 2006 and quickly became a named partner in 2008 at the largest bankruptcy firm in Kansas City, MO; Wagoner Maxcy Westbrook, P.C. Brent Moved to the St. Louis area to be closer to family.

Committed Exclusively to Bankruptcy Law

Over the course of his career, Brent has represented over 700 clients and has developed a reputation as an excellent bankruptcy attorney. He is committed to giving his clients the financial fresh start and freedom that results from bankruptcy. Brent is also committed to helping people avoid financial mistakes in the first place, and has co-authored a book about common financial mistakes that was published in February 2012. He has been quoted in Time Magazine discussing the real estate crisis and foreclosure epidemic, and has lectured at several speaking engagements to various credit groups and other attorneys.


  • Missouri. US Bankruptcy Court<
  • Western District of Missouri & US Bankruptcy Court
  • Eastern District of Missouri & US Bankruptcy Court
  • Southern District of Illinois


  • J.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2006

Professional Associations

  • Debtors Attorney of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • St. Charles Rotary Club


  • Superlawyers Rising Star 2015
  • CALI Constitutional Law
  • Bankruptcy Moot Court
  • Speaker for the Missouri Bar Association 2015 Solo & Small Firm Conference, “So, you’re not a bankruptcy attorney, eh? What you need to know.”
  • Intern to Chief Bankruptcy Judge of the Western District of Missouri
  • Quoted in Time Magazine