W. Wolford is YOUR Mid-Mo Lawyer. He passionately and vigorously
represents clients in the Mid-Missouri counties of Moniteau, Cooper,
Miller, Morgan, and Cole including the cities of California, Tipton,
Booneville, Eldon, Versailles, and Jefferson City. At the Law Offices of
Bryan W. Wolford, we are your partner, your trusted adviser, and your
advocate in bringing your legal issue to a remedy.
received his Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri – Kansas City
School of Law where he graduated Cum Laude in 2009. After passing the
Missouri Bar Exam, he opened his own firm in his hometown of California,
Missouri and started helping clients. Bryan and his family have been
residents of California since 1987. He decided to pursue his
professional career in his hometown.
in law school, he served as a staff member on both of the law school’s
scholarly journals, the University of Missouri – Kansas City Law Review
and The Urban Lawyer. In addition, Bryan served a one year term as a
Research Editor for The Urban Lawyer. He completed internships with the
Missouri Public Defender System and the Jackson County Counselor’s
Office. He also worked as a law clerk for noted Kansas City defense
attorney Matthew J. O’Connor. Prior to law school, Bryan worked for the
Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Missouri State Water Patrol.
received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the
University of Central Missouri where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in
2004. He graduated Valedictorian from California High School in 2000.
Bryan also serves as a volunteer firefighter and EMT on the California
City Fire Department, and is active in the community as a member of
California Lodge #183 AF & AM and a Life member of the Moniteau
County Historical Society.
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A Judgment was entered in default in another State against me with no service, no notice, no chance to defend myself. A former girlfriend had unknowingly put me on a lease for a home (she apparently signed my name to a rental contract). After she was evicted for not paying her rent, apparently the landlord through his attorney, came after not only her but also me. A ‘collection’ attorney from St Louis attempted to register that default judgment in Moniteau County and then put a lien on my bank account right before Christmas. This was the first I knew of the action.
I contacted Attorney Bryan Wolford to assist me in my defense. Attorney Wolford gained all the information he needed from the out of state court, presented the information to the Judge here. The case was dismissed and all the funds that were being held by the Court Clerk were returned to my bank account. Not knowing how to defend myself in the legal system, I would have been out a couple thousand dollars and paying for this judgment entered in default over 10 years ago against me when it should never have been entered to begin with. I highly recommend Attorney Bryan Wolford. He acted quickly on the matter, was very professional and had my case completed within 60 days!!!
As landlords, we were having some serious issues with a tennant. It was obvious to us we needed the advise/help of an attorney. Our small town has several, and we had in fact used a different attorney in a situation several years prior. We were not happy with the choice of representation we had made in the past and we chose to go with the ‘new’ attorney in town. Attorney Wolford handled our matter competitently and quickly and didn’t gouge us on the price for his work. He was available to speak to us, even after hours. If you are wanting an attorney who is reasonable, works hard for his clients, one who actually takes the time to listen and speak with you, I would highly recommend Attorney Wolford.