Daniel J. Rylander, a native Minnesotan, has been a Tucsonan since 1990. He graduated with an anthropology degree from St. Cloud State University, Minnesota, in 1982. Rylander earned his law degree from the University of Arizona in 1993 and has worked in private practice in Tucson ever since. Rylander’s practice has primarily concentrated on consumer debtor bankruptcies in the District of Arizona United States Bankruptcy Court, as well as defending consumers against abuse by creditors.
Daniel’s knowledge of bankruptcy law and engaging, genuine nature is the cornerstone of his practice. His team is professional, friendly, no-nonsense and dedicated to excellence. Client referrals are the bedrock of Daniel’s practice.
Daniel is a local music fan who volunteers every month at 2nd Saturdays Downtown as the Scott Avenue Stage emcee. He is also the guy who helps with setting up tables and chairs before the event. He invites you to enjoy the free monthly festival, ironically situated on the street right next to the Bankruptcy Court!
The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education recognized Daniel in 2006 as one of the state’s Top Pro Bono Attorneys for his volunteer service. In 2011, he was voted as one of “Tucson’s Top Lawyers” in a peer survey published in Tucson Lifestyle, June 2011 (see page 63, third column from the left), under the category of Bankruptcy and Debtor Rights Law.