About Our Bankruptcy Attorney

Bryan Dexter, Provo Attorney

Education

  • B.S. in Psychology and Italian from Brigham Young University
  • J.D. from Southern Illinois University School of Law

Experience

  • Internship at Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation
  • State bar in 1995 for Utah
  • Licensed (inactive) real estate agent in Utah
  • Admitted to the U.S. District Court and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Utah

Personal Information

  • Lives in Utah Valley with his 6 children and his wife
  • Enjoys traveling, scuba diving, mountain biking, and hiking

Bryan Dexter is ready to answer your legal questions and help you feel comfortable filing bankruptcy. The more you understand bankruptcy, the more comfortable you will feel. You can get a fresh financial start. We can help you get there.

About Our Bankruptcy Attorney

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Education

  • B.S. in Psychology and Italian from Brigham Young University
  • J.D. from Southern Illinois University School of Law

Experience

  • Internship at Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation
  • State bar in 1995 for Utah
  • Licensed (inactive) real estate agent in Utah
  • Admitted to the U.S. District Court and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Utah

Personal Information

  • Lives in Utah Valley with his 6 children and his wife
  • Enjoys traveling, scuba diving, mountain biking, and hiking

Bryan Dexter is ready to answer your legal questions and help you feel comfortable filing bankruptcy. The more you understand bankruptcy, the more comfortable you will feel. You can get a fresh financial start. We can help you get there.

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  • Lehi, American Fork, Pleasant Grove
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