Forrester & Worth PLLC, Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorneys

Phoenix | 602.258.2729




Experience, Efficiency and Value in Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation

Forrester & Worth offers skilled, responsive service to financially distressed businesses ranging from closely held companies to public companies seeking to resolve cash flow challenges, and to those dealing with them.

S. Cary Forrester and John R. Worth are dedicated to helping clients achieve results in matters involving:

  • debtor-creditor relationships;

  • business and financial restructuring, in and outside of bankruptcy;

  • loan workouts;

  • Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies;

  • bankruptcy and commercial litigation; and

  • probate and estate litigation.

Our bankruptcy experience includes representation of Chapter 11 debtors, creditors’ committees, and bankruptcy trustees.

In addition, Mr. Forrester is an experienced mediator, with an emphasis on negotiated settlements of bankruptcy-related disputes, while Mr. Worth has an extensive background in probate litigation and adult guardianship and conservatorship proceedings.



Cary Forrester

Cary Forrester has a diverse commercial bankruptcy, business restructuring and bankruptcy mediation practice. He has represented debtors, creditors, trustees, committees and asset purchasers in a wide range of bankruptcy cases and has served as a Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 trustee. He has also represented debtors and creditors in loan enforcement and receivership actions in state court.

John R. Worth

In his business bankruptcy practice, John Worth has represented businesses as debtors, creditors and asset purchasers in bankruptcy reorganizations and liquidations. He has represented business owners as debtors and creditors in bankruptcy liquidations and in fraud discharge proceedings. He also offers a strong background in both commercial disputes and estate controversies.


Feel free to contact us by telephone or email about your legal issues. If contacting us by email, please begin by providing us with the names and relationships of the parties involved so that we may determine whether we have any conflicts in regard to the prospective representation.

Once we have advised you that we have no conflict, you may then provide us with additional information concerning your legal issue. While the provision of this information will not establish an attorney-client relationship, it will allow us to begin to assess your case and determine whether we can represent you.