Our Attorneys

Our Attorneys

David J. Page - CEO and Principal Attorney

Dave earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2003 from Saint Louis University and his Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso University School of Law in 2006.  He focuses his practice on creditor’s rights, commercial litigation and consumer litigation.  He joined the firm in November of 2022 after nearly a decade of managing his own law firm and the Missouri office of a large multi-state collection firm.  In 2015, he was chosen by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as an “Up & Coming Lawyer” for demonstrating excellence and potential to make a difference in the legal profession and the community.  He is licensed to practice in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas.


David J. Weimer - Chief Compliance Officer and Principal Attorney

David joined Kramer & Frank as a non-equity member in 1998. He represented creditors in debt-collection litigation, and represented law firms and debt-collection agencies in consumer litigation. He served as the manager of the firm's Kansas City office for a time, and became the firm's first Chief Compliance Officer in 2010. He has tried hundreds of debt-collection lawsuits, including jury trials, and leads the firm's appellate practice. As CCO, David is responsible for advising the firm and its clients on the legal environment facing creditors and their attorneys in the enforcement of creditors' rights.


Elizabeth J. Early - Associate Attorney

Elizabeth focuses her practice on commercial litigation, creditors' rights, and consumer litigation. She has tried hundreds of such cases, and handled thousands to a successful conclusion. She represents the firm's clients in courts throughout Eastern Missouri. She also is responsible for assigning attorneys to cover dockets throughout Missouri, Kansas, and Southern Illinois.

John Makhamreh- Principal Attorney

John joined Kramer and Frank in January of 2023 after working for over 3 years as an associate attorney at a Missouri consumer collection law firm. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Masters in Business Administration from Rockhurst University in 2013 and 2014. He then earned his Juris Doctorate from St. Louis University School of Law in 2017.  He focuses his practice on creditor’s rights and consumer litigation.  He is licensed to practice in Missouri.


Pamela P. Patton - Principal Attorney

Pam earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from George Washington University in 1982 and her Juris Doctor Degree from Washington University School of Law in 1985. She joined Kramer & Frank in 1987. Pam is an AV-rated litigator according to Martindale-Hubble. Since 2002, Pam has led the Retail Collections Group, supervising all of the K&F attorneys who attend regular dockets. She has extensive experience in courts throughout the State of Missouri, having tried literally hundreds of cases involving creditors rights.


Tammy F. Wool - Associate Attorney

Tammy earned her Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1982 and her Juris Doctor from Washington University in 1985. She joined Kramer & Frank in 1989. Tammy is an AV-rated litigator in Martindale-Hubble. She concentrates her practice in creditors' rights, commercial litigation, and consumer litigation. She has tried hundreds of cases involving creditors? rights. She also has practiced in bankruptcy court and child support enforcement.


Timothy M. Bosslet - Principal Attorney

Timothy became a principal of the firm in 1988, and is currently the Managing Principal of the firm's Commercial Collections Litigation Group, in addition to being the firm's President and CEO. Tim concentrates his practice on creditors' rights, commercial litigation, and consumer law in state and federal courts. He represents national and local financial institutions, banks, credit unions and trade vendors. He handles loan workouts, collections, and general commercial litigation for both secured and unsecured creditors. Tim frequently represents creditors in bankruptcy and defense matters. These matters include defense of Fair Debt Collections Practices Act actions and adversary claims in bankruptcy court.