Foreclosure & Repossession Lawyer
With offices in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe, Arizona, Wright Law Offices focus exclusively on bankruptcy law. Keeping our practice to one area allows us to handle complex bankruptcy cases, and stay current on the latest news and changes in laws related to bankruptcy.
If you are struggling financially, you are not alone. In 2009, more than 33,000 consumers and 1,600 businesses filed for bankruptcy in the state of Arizona, according to the American Bankruptcy Institute.
Bankruptcy is a powerful tool that can help you make a fresh financial start. Speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your options. Call Wright Law Offices at 480-845-0145 or
contact us online to request a free consultation.
Why Choose Our Firm?
At Wright Law Offices, we are dedicated to educating clients about their legal options in a way they can understand. We will never bombard you with legal jargon, leaving you confused or uncertain. In addition to our strong emphasis on personal service, we offer the following:
- An authority on bankruptcy: Our founding attorney,
Ben Wright, is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. Mr. Wright also has significant experience in non-bankruptcy debt relief methods.
- Free consultations and payment plans: We offer free initial consultations and flexible payment plan options that work with your budget.
- Flexible appointments: We offer evening and Saturday appointments by request.
- Spanish-speaking attorney: Attorney Ben Wright enjoys providing legal services en Español.
- 24-hour assistance: If we are unavailable at any time, our clients have access to a network of bankruptcy professionals who can answer their questions.
Contact Wright Law Offices for a Free Consultation
Call our Phoenix, Arizona bankruptcy lawyer at 480-845-0145 or
send us an e-mail, and we will respond promptly. We look forward to meeting with you in a free consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help individuals and businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.