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Mark W. Lischwe, P.C. - Phoenix, AZ

2001 E. Campbell AvenueSuite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85016

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Updated: 01/12/2021

Phoenix Bankruptcy Law Firm


Engaged in the practice of law since 1981, Mark Lischwe has nearly 40 years of experience in bankruptcy law, is a recipient of the Phoenix Chapter 13 Trustee’s “Award for Excellence” and a sustaining member of Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, selected by the Executive Board based on a record of high achievement, excellent legal skills, a reputation for integrity and a commitment to AFL’s mission and goals...

About Mark W. Lischwe, P.C.

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  • Bankruptcy Law


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2001 E. Campbell AvenueSuite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85016

Other Offices

Mark W. Lischwe, P.C. 9017 N 57th Dr Glendale, AZ 85302 602-252-7466

Mark W. Lischwe, P.C. (Main Office) 1930 S. Alma School Rd. Suite A-115 Mesa, AZ 85210 480-491-1000

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