Gilbert, AZ Bankruptcy Lawyers and Law Firms

Wilson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC

Wilson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC

Bankruptcy Lawyers in Gilbert, AZ

(480) 359-1758

Willson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC serves the Southeast Valley of Arizona in nearly every realm of legal services. One of the largest and oldest firms in the area, based out of Gilbert, Willson-Goodman Law Group,...

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Huber Barney Attorneys at Law

Bankruptcy Lawyers in Gilbert, AZ

Serving businesses, families, and individuals in the Greater Phoenix area, the East Valley and throughout Arizona. Our experienced attorneys tailor their services to the unique and diverse needs of our clients. Huber Barney’s lawyers are some of the most experienced business law attorneys, real...

Harper Law PLC

Bankruptcy Lawyers in Gilbert, AZ

A good lawyer helps his client make the best of a difficult legal situation. Headquartered in Gilbert, Arizona, since 2004 Harper Law has represented clients from throughout the State and around the world, providing uncommon legal counsel that other firms can't (or won't). At Harper Law our...

Platt & Westby, PC

Bankruptcy Lawyers in Gilbert, AZ

Platt & Westby is a multi-faceted law firm based in Phoenix, Arizona providing several key legal services to clients throughout Arizona from their multiple office locations throughout the state. The firm was founded in 1973 with the goal of providing families and businesses in the Phoenix area with...

Sternfels & White, PLLC

Bankruptcy Lawyers Serving Gilbert, AZ (Fountain Hills, AZ)

Choosing the right law firm is critical to people in trouble. At Sternfels & White, we are committed to providing our clients with effective, professional and personal service. We offer a full range of legal services throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area and pride ourselves on our unparalleled...

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Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy allows individuals, couples, and businesses that cannot meet their financial obligations to be excused from repaying some or all of their debt. Bankruptcy has been in existence since ancient times. In the United States, the rules and procedures for filing bankruptcy are governed by federal law. States are prohibited from legislating in this area of the law.