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About The Firm

What Can Yellowstone Bankruptcy Offer you?

Our History

Yellowstone Bankruptcy was founded in 2009 by attorney Bret T. Allred who left his former firm to focus on consumer bankruptcy. We have filed hundreds of bankruptcies for people from Casper, Jackson, Sheridan, Thermopolis, Basin, Greybull, Worland, Lovell, Cody, Powell, Billings, Colstrip, Glendive, Sydney, Kalispell, Roundup, Great Falls, Red Lodge, Livingston, and many other towns in between.

Don’t trust your bankruptcy to anyone. Call us for a free consultation and test our bankruptcy knowledge. We can’t say we have seen it all, but if one of those rare occasions arise when we don’t readily have the answer, we will research the issue and track down the answer for you.

Why Let Us Help?

We relate with our clients

We are from here and know the struggles of living in this area with its harsh winters, cyclical droughts, declining coal industry, fire ravished forests, and the boom and bust of oil and gas.

However, we cannot focus on the bad, but must work for a better future with time to enjoy what Montana and Wyoming have to offer: driving the unbelievable Beartooth Highway, watched the sun set from the Rimrock above Billings, eating bread at Wheat Montana in Three Forks, landing a 10 lbs trout, panning for gold at South Pass or hiking the vast public lands that cover this area.

We are educators

We ae a full service bankruptcy law firm preparing clients for bankruptcy, filing the bankruptcy and seeing it through until completion, but it is one of our core values to educate our clients. We will:

  • Explain the bankruptcy process
  • Identify any challenges that might befall the client
  • Insure the client is aware of all options (both inside and outside of bankruptcy)
  • Let the client make the decisions along the way

Meet The Team

Bret T. Allred

Attorney At Law





Serving All of Montana and Wyoming

For years we have helped people from all corners of Wyoming and Montana file for bankruptcy relief without leaving home. Attorney communications, document exchanges, and bankruptcy courses can be done by phone, email and over the internet. The mandatory 341 meeting of creditors is done via video conferencing from your phone or computer. Bankruptcy does still require original signatures (wet signatures) on most documents so you may need to go to the post office once or twice.

We are somewhat old fashioned and like to give our clients the opportunity to meet face to face and shake their hand, so that is why we have three locations to better serve your needs. Each location has a secure mail box where you can deposit documents for our review (Please no originals. It saves on postage if we don’t have to return them.)