At Waltman Law PLLC all files are personally overseen by Larissa Z. Waltman (formerly Larissa Z. Parchomenko) from the initial interview to the time your matter is resolved.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan in 1996 in English and Sociology, Larissa Waltman attended Wayne State University Law School and received her Juris Doctorate degree in 1999.
From 2000 to 2016 she worked at UAW Legal Services Plan in Warren and Sterling Heights, Michigan where she represented UAW members in their personal legal matters in the areas of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, Contract Issues, and Real Estate. Numerous Chapter 7s and Chapter 13s were filed as well as a number of adversary proceedings to remove second and third mortgage liens and proceedings seeking nondischargeable judgments. In addition, she has represented individuals in lawsuits as defense counsel in debt collection matters as well as plaintiff’s counsel with claims including breach of contract and fraud and assisted in preparation and review of real estate transactions and mortgage modifications.
Waltman Law PLLC was opened in Gaylord in October 2016 where Mrs. Waltman continues to focus on Bankruptcy, Contract and Real Estate transactions, as well as Child Protection matters representing both the children as their lawyer-guardian ad litem as well as respondent parents.
In addition to 19 years of legal experience practicing law, Mrs. Waltman has also completed the Michigan State Court Administrative Office training in General Civil Mediation in 2002, Domestic Relations Mediation in 2017, and Child Protection Mediation in 2018 and looks forward to assisting individuals and businesses in resolving their disputes through mediation and facilitation.
Since moving to the Gaylord area Larissa Waltman has endeavered to be involved with the community. She joined the Rotary Club of Gaylord in 2016 and currently serves as their President from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 and as a Board Member from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021. In addition, she became a Board Member of Community Mediation Services in November 2019.