Plano Bankruptcy Attorney

Attorney at Law

Abraham “Avi” Bloomenstiel, Esq.


  • Bachelor of Arts, magna vum laude – Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland.

  • Juris Doctor, cum laude – SMU Dedman School of Law, Dallas, Texas.


  • State Bar of Texas

  • Supreme Court of Texas

  • U.S. Federal District Court, Northern District of Texas

  • U.S. Federal District Court, Eastern District of Texas

  • State Bar of Texas

  • American Bar Association – Member of Business Law, Forum on Franchising, and Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law sections.

  • Dallas Bar Association

  • Texas Center for Legal Ethics


About Our Bankruptcy Attorney

Abraham “Avi” Bloomenstiel is a Texas estate planning, probate, and bankruptcy attorney with a strong background in business and finance law.  Mr. Bloomenstiel’s experience in these complicated areas has equipped him to find creative solutions to even the most difficult problems that arise in estate planning, probate and bankruptcy.


For Avi, no estate is too small or too large, and every client presents unique issues that need to be addressed.


In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Bloomenstiel writes and publishes on issues of law and technology that impact investment and property law in the United States.  

Zero Down

Bankruptcy Lawyers

We offer zero down bankruptcy and financing options for bankruptcy. You won’t pay a dime until your bankruptcy case is filed.


Contact us to schedule your free bankruptcy case evaluation.

"I had no idea what to do once I realized that my business was dead in the water. Vecchio Bloomenstiel guided me through the bankruptcy at every step. I’m so glad to have had them on my side. They were a live-saver!"



Our law firm is located in Plano, Texas at (101 E. Park Blvd, STE 450, Plano, Texas 75074). We handle cases throughout North Eastern Texas, including, Plano, McKinney, Prosper, Denton, Anna, Melissa, Frisco, Wylie, Flowermound, Farmersville, Princeton, and Richardson, Texas.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. 

This is required by 11 USC 528(a)(4).