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Arnold L. Graffundefined

Managing Attorney of Bankruptcy, Unlawful Detainer & Surplus Funds

California, Nevada & Utah
(949) 477-5050


Arnold L. Graff joined Wright, Finlay & Zak in 2019 as the firm's Managing Attorney of Bankruptcy, Unlawful Detainer & Surplus Funds. He has over a decade of experience representing financial institutions and related entities in federal and state court. Mr. Graff currently focuses on bankruptcy, real property, unlawful detainer, creditor collections, and foreclosure-related litigation. He also specializes in all areas of bankruptcy law, including Chapter 11, 13 and 7 matters, as well as adversary litigation.

Mr. Graff is admitted to the State Bars of California, Nevada, Utah and Wisconsin, and is also admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in California, Nevada and Utah. He is also proficient in Spanish.


  • Brigham Young University (B.A., Broadcast Journalism, 2006)
  • Marquette University School of Law (J.D., 2009)

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