Kyle Krejci


Bankruptcy Attorney with 9 Years Experience

Florida, Georgia

Macon, GA 31204

About Kyle Krejci

Kyle Krejci is a bankruptcy attorney in Macon, GA admitted to practice in Florida and Georgia since 2011 with additional expertise in family law and consumer law..

Kyle Krejci has 9 years experience and received their J.D. from Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law.

Kyle Krejci's office is located at 2607 Vineville Avenue Macon, GA 31204.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Florida

    Admitted in 2011

  • Georgia

    Admitted in 2010

Education and training

  • Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law

    J.D.

    2007 - 2010

Languages

  • English

Websites

Kyle Krejci's Office Location

2607 Vineville Avenue

Macon, GA 31204


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Kyle Krejci practice in?

Kyle Krejci is admitted to practice in Florida and Georgia.

How many years of experience does Kyle Krejci have?

Kyle Krejci has 9 years experience.

What types of law does Kyle Krejci practice?

Kyle Krejci practices bankruptcy law as well as family law and consumer law.

Where is Kyle Krejci's office located?

Kyle Krejci's office is located at 2607 Vineville Avenue Macon, GA 31204.

What languages does Kyle Krejci speak or write?

Kyle Krejci knows English.

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