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Looking for a Tucson Bankruptcy Attorney? Consider this.

Updated: Jul 11, 2023

When looking for a bankruptcy lawyer in Tucson, AZ, it's important to consider the following:

How to find an experienced Bankruptcy Attorney in Tucson.

Look for a lawyer who has experience handling bankruptcy - all kinds of bankruptcy cases. Don't try to hire just a Chapter 7 Tucson Attorney. Hire a Tucson Lawyer that deals with all kinds of bankruptcy and all kinds of debt.

Certain debts like Student Loan Debt and Back Tax Debt take a certain amount of specialized knowledge. Your attorney should be able to have a comprehensive free consultation where you can freely discuss all aspects of your debt.

Mortensen Law Offices deals with both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. We also deal with with discharging student loans and back taxes inside bankruptcy. Call Mortensen Law offices today for a free Comprehensive consultation about you rights in bankruptcy.

Warning: Picking the wrong attorney can have serious and costly consequences. You should always request a phone or in person consultation with an attorney. If that attorney can't answer your questions - you should NOT hire them.

Credentials - your attorney should be licensed to practice law in the state where you file.

With 26 years as a licensed bankruptcy attorney in Arizona Mortensen Law Offices has the experience that will protect you from your creditors. Mr. Mortensen is one of Arizona's highest filing bankruptcy attorneys.

Wayne Mortensen has filed bankruptcy for individuals all over the state of Arizona. Many of Wayne Mortensen's bankruptcy filings are for more complex cases. He specializes in protecting all of your assets when you file bankruptcy. He is also adept at maximizing the benefit of both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. If you are in Tucson Arizona call Mortensen first. I receive many referrals from other attorneys who want their clients protected from aggressive creditors.

Should I look at reviews before I pick a bankruptcy attorney?

Yes, you should definitely look at reviews before hiring your Tucson Bankruptcy Attorney. Mortensen Law Offices has hundreds of reviews from satisfied Arizona clients. We get many reviews from people we have helped avoid bankruptcy too. Call us and we will analyze your case for free to see if you even need to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

Is a free consultation important before filing a bankruptcy?

A consultation before you file a bankruptcy is very important. Don't skip the free initial consultation with your qualified Tucson Bankruptcy Attorney Wayne Mortensen. Don't meet with a sales person or paralegal. Many attorneys in mill bankruptcy firms will have an assistant meet and consult with you. This is not in your best interest.

The small details that you discuss with you attorney can mean huge consequences. Also, if your attorney is not answering your questions directly (with confidence) you may consider not hiring that attorney.

WARNING: I have seen clients harmed by hiring inexperienced attorneys. I have witnessed multiple debtors lose homes and vehicles by not getting good legal representation.

What Fees should I expect to pay when I file bankruptcy?

The fees that you can expect to pay when you file bankruptcy is a reasonable attorney fee, a court filing fee and credit report fee. There may be additional fees for additional services that take place in bankruptcy court. We make our Chapter 7 bankruptcy fees affordable. Call today for a free price quote after an initial consultation.


Bankruptcy is complex make sure you are hiring an attorney who can help you safely navigate the laws in bankruptcy court. I have seen untrained attorneys cause significant damage to clients because they did not understand the law. Don't Be That Client!

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