About Matthew Foley
Esq. & MBA
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Matthew Foley is a Tucson attorney that has filed thousands of consumer and business bankruptcies for families and small businesses. Matt is uniquely qualified in bankruptcy and debt settlement matters because of his extensive financial background in lending and credit. Perhaps more importantly, Matt has chosen a profession of assisting clients that are financially struggling and he is exceptional at providing affordable representation. This is tremendously important to our office.
In addition to starting a bankruptcy practice, we have formally expanded our practice area to include personal injury/accident and social security disability. With personal injury, we are excited to have partnered with another solo practitioner that is one of the top personal injury and medical malpractice lawyers in Tucson.
Mr. Foley’s professional experience includes prosecuting financial fraud for Arizona’s Office of the Attorney General, as well as, providing counsel to Arizona’s Departments of Financial Institutions, Real Estate, Insurance & representing the State’s Securities Division in blue sky law violations. Mr. Foley has also served as in-house counsel to one of Arizona’s largest not-for-profit lending institutions with managed assets exceeding one billion dollars. While in this capacity, he served as a compliance officer to oversee commercial, in-direct auto, & mortgage lending, and drafted Arizona’s proposed Member Business Lending Statutes.
Matthew Foley holds dual JD & MBA degrees from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Conner College of Law and nationally recognized W.P. Carey College of Business. His undergraduate study includes earning the prestigious Morris K. Udall Award and the Willamette University Grant. Foley is currently an active member of the Arizona State Bar’s Bankruptcy Section and has provided expert commentary for local news outlets, including FOX News, KOLD, PBS, and the Tucson Tribune.