Attorney Sharon Stolte has joined Sandberg Phoenix as a new counsel in the firm’s growing Kansas City office.
In addition to her legal work focusing on bankruptcy, Chapter 11 debtor and creditor issues, as well as Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 consumer debtor matters, Stolte has represented creditors in all aspects of creditor rights litigation, claim objection litigation, collateral realization, mechanic liens, collections, foreclosures and replevin litigation.
She has also assisted financial institutions, lenders and large suppliers with consumer and commercial restructuring of troubled credits and other business matters. Representing clients before both state and federal courts, she has served as national counsel for several Kansas City-based construction industry firms.
“Sharon is a tremendous attorney,” said Sandberg Phoenix managing partner John Sandberg, “And her experience, knowledge and guidance will be invaluable to our clients in both Kansas City and St. Louis. We’re very proud to have her join our team.”
In addition to her legal practice, Stolte is an active member of the Kansas City community, serving as president of the Kansas Premier Soccer League and on the board of directors of the Heartland Soccer Association, where she oversees the management of six soccer teams.
She also is involved in her congregation and serves as the chairperson of the Hope Lutheran Board of Education. Stolte lives in Kansas City with her husband, former professional soccer player Tommy Howell, and their three children.
Her office is located at Sandberg Phoenix’s new space at 4600 Madison Ave. in the Country Club Plaza neighborhood in Kansas City.