Glendale, Mesa, and Buckeye offices  



We are a debt relief agency we assist people in filing bankruptcy.

For your convenience, we have offices in:
GLENDALE                 BUCKEYE                     MESA



Civil Defense

​Collection Litigation

​Landlord Tenant


(w/o minor children)

LLC Formation

IRS Debt Issues




Power of Attorney

Real Estate

Allegrucci Law Office, PLLC is a general practice with our practice areas set forth below. We have a heavy emphasis on unpaid debt resolution and insolvency issues. 

Allegrucci Law Office, PLLC offers free initial consultations for bankruptcy cases. Our services include: 

  • Bankruptcy Chapters 7, 11, and 13. As of December 31, 2017 the Phoenix Bankruptcy Court records David Allegrucci being involved with 3,716 different bankruptcy matters since the year 1992. 
  • Civil Defense and Collection Litigation
  • Landlord Tenant Issues 
  • Divorce without minor children  
  • LLC Formation 
  • Unpaid Income Tax issues through offers-in-compromise, installment agreements, appeals, innocent and injured spouse relief, and bankruptcy relief on some income tax debts          
  • Probate, Wills, Trusts, Beneficiary Deeds, and Power of Attorney 
  • Criminal Misdemeanors

Allegrucci Law Office, PLLC
307 North Miller Road
Buckeye, AZ 85326
PH (623) 412-2330
FAX (623)878-9807

To learn more about the law practice of David Allegrucci you may want to read one or more of the cases reported below to see the type of legal work that he has handled. Activate the link to the case name to read the court decision. 

    In re Kuehn, 177 B.R. 671 (Bankr. D. Ariz. 1995) This matter involved the legal issue as to whether a Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee could demand turnover of future income tax refunds as a matter of course for disbursement to creditors. 

    In re Gurney, 192 B.R. 529 (9th Cir. BAP 1996). This matter involved a legal issue as to whether the statute of limitations on an Arizona Department of Revenue tax claim was tolled by successive Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings.  

    In re Collier, 193 B.R. 1, (Bankr. D. Ariz. 1996) This matter involved a legal issue as to when the 60 month period for plan payments begins to run in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding. 

    In re Niles, 342 B.R. 72 (Bankr. D. Ariz.2006) This matter involved the issue as to what property had to be turned over to a Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee when the case was converted from a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding. 

    In re Reyes, 482 B.R. 603 (Ariz. Dist. Ct. 2012) This matter involved a challenge to a number of procedures a Chapter 13 trustee was requiring before he would agree to confirmation of Chapter 13 plans of reorganization.