United States Bankruptcy Court District Of Arizona
Bankruptcy Self Help Center

Bankruptcy Self Help Center

The Self Help Center provides free services to individuals who have filed, or are considering filing, bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 (debtors) and to individual creditors in consumer bankruptcy cases. Appointments can be made in the Phoenix or Tucson Self Help Centers. Telephonic appointments are also available.

Returning Customers

Need to change an upcoming appointment, update your questionnaire or schedule a new appointment? Log in here.

New Customers

Are you seeking assistance as a Debtor (the party filing a bankruptcy case is called the debtor) or a Creditor (a creditor is someone who is owed a debt)?



The United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Arizona cannot provide legal advice to the public. The United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Arizona, does not supervise or monitor the volunteer lawyers. Volunteer lawyers donate their time. The consultations serve as a guide for self-represented litigants. The consultations are only intended to assist individuals in gathering information about the civil litigation process. The consultations cannot replace individual lawyer representation. The consultations are not intended to, shall not be construed to, and may not be relied upon, to create or to limit any rights, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law, by any party in any matter, civil or criminal. If you have questions or concerns about the Self Service Center you may contact the Pro Se Assistance Law Clerk, Tami Johnson at 602-682-4010.