Kenneth L. Neeley

Arizona Bankruptcy Attorney Kenneth L. Neeley


I am pleased to offer you assistance with your bankruptcy, foreclosure, debt settlement, or consumer matters.

I graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Management of Information Systems, three weeks before my oldest daughter was born.

Various computer jobs eventually led me and my family to Las Vegas, Nevada, where I began the evening law program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Four long years, and two more beautiful children later, I completed law school.

I passed the bar exam in Nevada, but before having a chance to practice there an excellent job opportunity came up in Chandler, Arizona. (My wife wanted to leave Las Vegas for someplace with four seasons and cooler weather... sorry Honey.)

I moved to Gilbert, and began preparing for the Arizona Bar exam in my spare time. I passed the exam and even achieved the highest score in the state.

Before opening my own practice I worked for the Skiba Law Group in Mesa, Arizona. I do pro bono (volunteer) legal work for the Arizona Children’s Justice Center, where I advocate for the best interests of children who are caught in the middle of contested family law matters. I also frequently attend continuing legal education classes to enhance my knowledge and improve my skills.

I am a member of the State Bar of Arizona, the State Bar of Nevada, the Bankruptcy Section of the Federal Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Maricopa County Bar Association, and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

With my past experience as a technology consultant, I know how to take a complicated process and explain it in an understandable way. I will listen to your needs and concerns and communicate to you what your options are every step of the way. I pride myself in solving problems – quickly, competently, and as inexpensively as possible. I think that is what most clients want from a bankruptcy lawyer.

I would be glad to talk with you about the legal issues that are concerning you and to suggest some ideas on how to deal with them. I will not recommend my firm to you, unless hiring us is truly your best option.