The Wesbrooks Law Firm, PLLC
18 years in business15396 N 83rd Ave Ste C100
Peoria, AZ 85381-5627
- (888) 477-5598
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- (602) 262-0390
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BBB File Opened: 09/05/2002
Business Started: 02/01/2000
Business Incorporated: 08/24/2000 in AZ
Type of EntityLimited Liability Company (LLC)
- Mr. Mark Wesbrooks, Managing Attorney
- Family Lawyer
- Product Liability Lawyer
- Business Law Attorney
- Probate Attorney
- Criminal Lawyer
- Divorce Lawyers
- Employment Lawyers
- Employment Litigation Lawyer
- Estate Planning Attorney
Products & ServicesFree Attorney Advice, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Attorney, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney, Debt Negotiation Attorney, Debt Settlement Attorney, Wage Garnishment Prevention Attorney, Foreclosure Prevention Attorney, Asset Protection Attorney, Estate Planning Attorney, Living Trust Attorney, Will Attorney, Power of Attorney Attorney, Probate Attorney, DUI, OUI, DWI Attorney, Criminal Law Attorney, Personal Injury Attorney, Wrongful Death Attorney, Medical Malpractice Attorney, Family Law Attorney, Divorce Attorney, Child Custody Attorney
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Arizona
Methods of Payment
- We currently accept any credit card with a MasterCard, Visa, Discover Network or American Express logo on it unless we are working on a bankruptcy case for you. Our firm accepts cashiers checks or money orders, and in some cases we may accept personal checks.
This business provides attorney and lawyer services.
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