Listings for Financial / Bankruptcy Information and Self-Help


Finances impact every part of our lives. As we age, finances can be strained by a fixed income, familial obligations, changes in the economy, and more. Resources, both public and private, in the community can help you to navigate your personal financial situations.

Bankruptcy Information and Self-Help

Bankruptcy, under federal law, gives you relief from your creditors. If you're having issues paying your debts or are threatened with garnishment, foreclosure, or repossession, then you may want to consider filing for bankruptcy. That being said, bankruptcy can be an expensive and complicated process. Speaking to an expert prior to making your decision to file is advised.

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Arizona Bankruptcy Court & Volunteer Attorneys

38 S. Scott Ave., Ste. 100
Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 202-7500 | (800) 556-9230

  • Spanish Services

Volunteer attorneys will consult with individuals for 20–30 minutes without charge concerning their bankruptcy situation. The volunteer attorneys are available by appointment only. Court staff cannot provide legal advice.

business hours
M - F 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (SALA)

2343 E. Broadway Blvd., Ste. 200
Tucson, AZ 85719

(520) 623-9465 | (800) 640-9465

Fax: (520) 620-0443

  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

SALA offers free legal services, self-help clinics, and representation in court and administrative hearings for qualified, low-come individuals. SALA assists with cases involving the loss of a home due to foreclosure or eviction, elder law, social security disability, consumer protection, domestic relations, education, denial of public benefits, and immigration. SALA also offers representation in some Tribal Court cases and can assist with bankruptcy. Availability of services varies, and eligibility criteria must be met to qualify.

business hours
M - F 8:30 AM–11:00 AM and 1:00 PM–4:00 PM

Financial eligibility criteria applies

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