Below is a list of the top and leading Bankruptcy Attorneys in Phoenix. To help you find the best Bankruptcy Attorneys located near you in Phoenix, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Bankruptcy Attorneys:
The top rated Bankruptcy Attorneys in Phoenix are:
- Tom McAvity – Phoenix Fresh Start Bankruptcy Attorneys
- Thomas Allen – Allen Barnes & Jones, PLC
- Alexander D. Sanchez – Law Office Alexander D. Sanchez
- Leonard V. Sominsky – Leonard V. Sominsky, ESQ., PC
- Ronald Ellett – Ellett Law Offices, P.C.
Phoenix Fresh Start Bankruptcy Attorneys
Tom McAvity achieved his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona and Law degree from Lewis and Clark. After obtaining his qualifications he dedicated his life to the law practice in Washington, Oregon, and Arizona. He is a member of numerous professional organizations. These are the Better Business Bureau, Washington State Bar, Oregon State Bar, Arizona State Bar. Over the course of 20 years, he has helped numerous clients in various states all over the country in their debt problems. He is aware of the struggles every person suffering from financial difficulties experiences, that is why he treats every client with respect and professionalism.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law
“Tom McAvity helped me greatly when I went thru my bankruptcy in 2012. He was always very courteous and always answered all of my questions in a timely fashion. I was completely satisfied with the entire process.” –Gary Rentel
Allen Barnes & Jones, PLC
Thomas Allen is voted as one of the top 50 Arizona attorneys. He is a certified bankruptcy lawyer by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization and has a specialization in consumer bankruptcy certified by the American Board of Certification. With countless qualifications, awards under his name, this gave way to a lot of speaking engagements in the field of bankruptcy law. The conferences tackled Tax Claims and Commercial and Residential Property where Tom served as a panelist. Nowadays, he focuses on handling cases involving Bankruptcy Trustee Rights, Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy, Reorganization while also representing the client in Mediation and Arbitration.
Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Trustee Rights, Business and Consumer Debtor Bankruptcy, Corporate Reorganization, Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy, Mediation & Arbitration
“Tom Allen is quite knowledgeable and understanding. Sherry and Cody worked extremely hard to fix my situation. I very highly recommend them.” –Tom Orrell
Law Office Alexander D. Sanchez
Alexander D. Sanchez has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and is a licensed bankruptcy lawyer in series 7 and 63. He has worked previously at the Douglas County Legal Aid. This humbling experience helped him extend his legal prowess to the indigent youth sector. His interest in bankruptcy stemmed from the economic difficulties pestering the country. Since then, he accepted jobs as bankruptcy attorneys in Tempe, Mesa, and various locations in Arizona. He has helped more than 1,000 clients and strives to guide them throughout the process. For more than two decades, he has committed to making the entire legal process stress-free and light for his clients.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
“We highly recommend Alex Sanchez, he is very patient, kind and understanding, he was very informative, he always responded when we called. He is the best. Thank you, Mr. Sanchez, for your excellent service.” –Anamarie Trebizo
Leonard V. Sominsky, ESQ., PC
Leonard V. Sominsky obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 1996 from the University of Missouri. He has taken Economics with a minor in Political Science and Philosophy before his J.D. A licensed bankruptcy lawyer in Kansas, Missouri, and Arizona, he has been instrumental in the community’s legal battle related to their debts. He started his specialization in bankruptcy in 1998 and relays that he finds fulfillment with this law practice. Leonard offers free case evaluation, wherein he can assess the situation and recommend a possible alternative to the bankruptcy filing. Clients do not need to suffer from bankruptcy when most of the cases are caused by an unforeseen event like accidents, divorce, or job loss. This is where Leonard steps in and assists them with debts, halts the harassment, and saves their homes.
Bankruptcy Alternatives, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Discharge Student Loans, Debt Settlement, Property Exemptions, Foreclosure Defense, Repossession, Tax Issues, Wage Garnishment
“Leonard and all of his staff have been more than helpful during this process for my husband and I. They answered any questions we had and took the time each time to explain what was going on. Very professional! I highly recommend Leonard Sominsky!” –Stacey Campbell
Ellett Law Offices, P.C.
Ronald Ellett holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in arts from the Northwestern University honors program. He obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the same school in 1989. In the same year, he was admitted to the Arizona Bar and has never stopped helping people with their debt situations. Ronald has won cases before the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Arizona Supreme Court, and United States District Court. His outstanding works in aiding the poor were put into recognition by the State Bar of Arizona, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona, and Arizona Supreme Court. He helps clients on the entire course of the legal process from simple lien stripping and loans, to reorganizations.
Bankruptcy-Lien Stripping, Loan Cram Downs, Business Reorganizations
“From start to finish the whole bankruptcy process with Mr. Ellett and his team was easy and fast! Everyone in the office is a delight to work with! I’m so glad I chose this law office and highly recommend it! Mr. Ellett’s level of competency and integrity is superior! I am so thankful and grateful for his help in my time of need! Thank you!!!🙏🙏” –Jeanni Takac
Amy Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Amy has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.