About Our Firm

MEET ATTORNEY MARJI HANSON

My Salt Lake City, Utah, based law practice focuses exclusively on consumer bankruptcy law. I can help you decide if bankruptcy will solve your problems and which program, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, is best suited to meet your financial needs. I have learned about the bankruptcy system in the District of Utah from the inside and out.

I worked in the Bankruptcy Court as a lawyer for a Bankruptcy Judge for three years, as senior staff counsel for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee for over four years and in the bankruptcy and litigation sections in one of Salt Lake’s largest and best law firms.

Through my work, I discovered that I enjoyed helping clients deal with their difficult financial situations.  I have helped thousands of clients get the relief the need through consumer bankruptcy protection.  Read what my clients have to say about my services here.

I started my own law practice exclusively restricted to debtor representation in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings. Let me put my experience with the debt relief process and my knowledge of the local practice that I have built over the past twenty-seven years to work for you.

We are a federally-designated debt relief agency under the United States Bankruptcy Code proudly helping people file for bankruptcy relief.

 Admissions

  • Utah State Bar, 1990
  • All Utah federal courts

Education

  • University of Utah, major in business administration/marketing (1981)
  • University of Utah College of Law, Juris Doctor (1990)

Memberships

  • Utah Bankruptcy Lawyers Forum (former trustee and vice president)
  • Utah State Bar Character and Fitness Committee
  • Utah State Bar Bar Examination Committee (creditor/debtor section)
  • Utah State Bar Bankruptcy Section
  • Women Lawyers of Utah (former board member and president)
  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

Additional Note

While the information presented in this web site accurately reflects my interpretation of the law, it should not be used as a substitute for reference to the United States Bankruptcy Code (title 11, United States Code) and the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, both of which may be reviewed at local law libraries, or to the local rules of practice adopted by the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Utah, all of which can be found on our Helpful Links page.

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