Daniel E. Garrison | Founder & Managing Partner
Dan Garrison has over 15 years of corporate restructuring, business bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and corporate and real estate transaction experience. He holds an AV®Preeminent rating, the highest professional designation awarded by Martindale-Hubbell, the primary professional rating organization for attorneys and has been listed in the Southwest Super Lawyers®, a designation limited to the top 5% of attorneys in the southwestern United States. He has been named to the “Top Lawyers” list for bankruptcy by Arizona Business Magazine in multiple years. In 2007, he received the “Turnaround of the Year” Award from the Arizona Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association. Read full profile...
Brian M. Blum | Managing Attorney
Brian Blum focuses his practice on consumer bankruptcy matters, primarily under Chapters 7 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Prior to joining the firm, Brian was an associate attorney with an East Valley firm handing a large volume of consumer bankruptcy cases. Additionally, Brian represented consumer bankruptcy debtors for 3 years in his own solo law practice. Read full profile...
Teresie Zmyslinski, CP | firm administrator
Teresie Zmyslinski was awarded her Certified Paralegal designation in 2011 and received her paralegal certificate from Phoenix College in 2009. She graduated from California State University, Fullerton in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Human Services. She has been working in the legal field for over 10 years and manages the administrative needs of the firm. Teresie is a member of the Association of Legal Administrators, the National Association of Legal Assistants, and the Arizona Paralegal Association.
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