Kimberly A. Chandler

Kimberly A. Chandler earned her law degree at the University of Richmond’s T.C. Williams School of Law (2001) and a B.A. in Business from Michigan State University (1990). She was previously employed as an international procurement manager with an emphasis on the negotiations of contracts and financial analysis. Mrs. Chandler’s 20 years of business and litigation experience, coupled with her ability to create and implement practical solutions for even the most difficult legal problems, allows her to obtain efficient and timely results for clients.


Mrs. Chandler represents Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 Debtors in matters before the bankruptcy court and is also experienced in the litigation and enforcement of Debtors rights in federal district court in matters related to abusive practices of creditors in debt collection matters.


Her experience includes:

  • Bankruptcy representation in Chapter 7, 13 and adversary proceedings against creditors

  • Prosecution and litigation of abuses related to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

  • Litigation of various matters under Virginia State Law

  • Representation of small businesses and individual debtors in bankruptcy matters



  • Virginia State Bar

  • United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

  • United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Virginia

  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

  • United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia


Professional Affiliations:

  • Richmond Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section

  • American Bankruptcy Institute

  • Virginia State Bar (Bankruptcy Law Section)

  • American Bar Association

  • National Association of Consumer Advocates

Elizabeth F. Egan

Elizabeth F. Egan practices primarily bankruptcy and domestic relations law.


She received her J.D. from Western Michigan University and her B.A. from Virginia Tech. She has been practicing for nineteen years and has filed over one thousand bankruptcy cases. She has extensive litigation experience and successfully argued a lien avoidance issue which resulted in a published opinion by the Honorable Kevin R. Huennekens. She is admitted to practice in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Ms. Egan has been married for over twenty years and has a sixteen-year-old daughter. She enjoys reading, knitting, and gardening. She is a member of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity and the Bankruptcy Section of the Virginia State Bar.