Peoria Bankruptcy Help
- An extensive consultation with a compassionate and caring attorney.
- An opportunity to ask any and all questions you may have.
- A 100% rate of success over almost 10 years of filing bankruptcy cases.
- We strive to make the bankruptcy process as stress-free as possible.
- We provide instant answers to questions.
- We match competitor’s fees.
- We offer tremendous service, like we would treat a good friend.
Arizona based bankruptcy law firm, Meyer Law, has offices throughout Arizona. The Peoria bankruptcy law office is located west of the 101 on Beardsley Road. To meet with one of our attorneys, exit the 101 and head west on Beardsley Road. Continue about five minutes until you reach 99th Avenue/ Lake Pleasant Road and take a right. Our firm is located in the first group of office complexes on the left side of the road. After turning into the complex, look for Suite 107. When you enter our office, please let the receptionist know you are there for the bankruptcy office of Meyer law.
The offices of Meyer Law have been providing bankruptcy services to the Peoria, Arizona area since 2003. Its attorneys and legal staff service hundreds of clients per year, focusing exclusively on bankruptcy law. Lawyers at Meyer Law have extensive experience, filing over 4,000 bankruptcy cases since opening.
Peoria, Arizona is 14 miles northwest of Phoenix. It covers a large area of flat desert and sits at the foot of a series of mountain ranges to its north. Because of this geography, it has historically been the victim of extensive flooding. As a result, it was unlike the rest of the Phoenix area in the 1800s, because it was unable to develop as a farming community and remained a small outpost, supplying the mines to its north in Wickenburg. However, in the 1880s a canal was built to control this flooding, and Peoria began to grow. Much of Peoria was owned by one man, who created a marketing campaign to attract farmers from Illinois to buy land and settle there. Thus Peoria grew into a sizable farming community. However, because it was farther from Phoenix than other suburbs, its population didn’t begin to increase rapidly until the 1970s, when it began to become an attractive, less expensive alternative to the closer suburbs of Phoenix. It expanded extremely rapidly in the last 30 years and is now a city full of new housing and modern amenities.
Because of the rapid growth in Peoria, it was greatly affected by the downturn in the housing market. Overinflated home values and up-side-down mortgages were the end result of this growth. This has been the cause of so many Peoria residents seeking the help of a bankruptcy law office in recent years. At the firm of Meyer Law, we offer the citizens of Peoria, Arizona office staff and attorneys who have extensive legal experience, and who focus exclusively on bankruptcy law. If you are in need of bankruptcy help, please consider Arizona’s premier Peoria bankruptcy firm, Meyer Law.