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Thomas H Allen
Allen Barnes & Jones PLC
Phoenix, AZ
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Diane L Drain
Law Office of D.L. Drain, P.A.
Phoenix, AZ
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Ronald J Ellett
Ellett Law Offices, P.C.
Phoenix, AZ
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James Robert Gaudiosi
Jim Gaudiosi Attorney at Law PLLC
Glendale, AZ
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Benjamin Wright
Wright Law Offices, P.L.C.
Phoenix, AZ
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Eric Ollason
Eric Ollason, Attorney At Law
Tucson, AZ
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Chris D. Barski
Barski Law Firm PLC
Scottsdale, AZ
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Charles M Leftwich
Leftwich Law
Phoenix, AZ
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Candace E. Kallen
My AZ Lawyers
Mesa, AZ
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Daniel R Warner
RM Warner PLC
Scottsdale, AZ
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Bankruptcy Bar Associations and Legal Organizations

National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) - The NACBA is a national professional organization comprised of attorneys who practice bankruptcy law representing consumer debtors. The organization provides resources and education to lawyers while also advocating for legislative changes to the Bankruptcy Code. The National Association for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys offers many benefits to its members seeking to improve their practice by filing amicus briefs to assist them.

Specialty Certifications in Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Law - The State Bar of Arizona offers a board certification program for attorneys to specialize in Bankruptcy Law. To earn this distinction, lawyers must meet rigorous standards, including passing a comprehensive examination and demonstrating substantial involvement in bankruptcy cases. Additionally, they are required to receive favorable evaluations from their peers and judges familiar with their work. By obtaining this certification, attorneys differentiate themselves as specialists in the field of Bankruptcy Law.
Consumer Bankruptcy Law - The American Board of Certification (ABC) certifies lawyers as specialists in the area of consumer bankruptcy law. To earn certification, the attorney must apply and pass all requirements, including an examination. The attorney must demonstrate substantial involvement in representing individual debtors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings. Board-certified consumer bankruptcy lawyers are considered trusted experts in the field.

Arizona Government and Court Resources

Arizona Attorney General

Arizona Attorney General - The Arizona Attorney General serves as the state's chief legal officer and is responsible for providing legal counsel to various state agencies, boards, and commissions. Appointed by the Governor, the Attorney General represents Arizona in legal matters, both civil and criminal, and oversees the enforcement of state laws. Duties include prosecuting and defending legal actions on behalf of the state, providing opinions on legal questions to state officials, handling issues related to consumer protection, and advocating for the public interest.

Arizona Judicial Branch

Arizona Judicial Branch - Established upon Arizona's statehood in 1912, The Arizona Judicial Branch's duties encompass interpreting and applying the law, overseeing civil and criminal cases, ensuring due process, safeguarding individual rights, and handling matters such as family law, probate, and juvenile justice. Additionally, the Arizona judicial system operates a unique merit-based selection process for judges to maintain independence and impartiality. It plays a pivotal role in upholding the rule of law of the state

Arizona Legislature

Arizona Legislature - The Arizona Legislature is a bicameral body composed of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The House has 60 members serving two-year terms, while the Senate consists of 30 members with four-year terms. Together, they are responsible for creating and passing laws that govern the state, proposing and debating bills, levying taxes, and allocating state funds. The Additionally, legislators address policy issues, representing the interests of Arizona's citizens and ensuring the proper functioning of the state government.

Arizona Supreme Court

Arizona Supreme Court - The Arizona Supreme Court stands as the highest judicial authority in the state, responsible for interpreting and upholding the law. Serving as an appellate court, it reviews decisions made by lower courts to ensure they align with Arizona laws and the state constitution. Its duties encompass hearing appeals on a wide range of cases, both civil and criminal, resolving disputes, and providing legal guidance that sets precedents for lower courts and state agencies. The court oversees the legal profession, including attorney admissions, disciplinary actions, and the establishment of ethical standards to ensure the integrity and professionalism of the legal community in Arizona.

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