Maeve Lozoya


Ms. Maeve Lozoya started her legal career as a paralegal over a decade ago. With her extensive background handling Personal Injury cases across multiple jurisdictions, Ms. Lozoya has made it a point to treat each client with respect and integrity while vigorously representing them through the life of their case.

Ms. Lozoya attended law school while working in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. During law school she focused her studies on criminal and tort law. She successfully handled over 20 misdemeanor bench trials as a Prosecutor Extern for the cities of Avondale, Buckeye and Tolleson, Arizona. This invaluable experience allowed her to develop a keen understanding of how to operate in the courtroom, admit evidence, interview witnesses and defendants, legal research and writing among other things. She also worked with the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office Specialty Courts handling cases in drug and DUI court along with cases involving severe mental illness. She also worked with the Never Again Foundation handling civil cases under Arizona’s Slayer Statute.

Ms. Lozoya made the transition from Personal Injury to Immigration with the goal of helping those in need and searching for a better life for their families. She is driven to help her clients reach that goal and is ever mindful that each client is unique with their own story and special circumstances. She works diligently to ensure that each and every client feels confident in the handling of their case and is fully informed on the process. Her extensive experience has allowed her the unique ability to build genuine client relationships and whole-heartedly invest herself in each case, which not only makes the entire process easier for clients but also makes her work rewarding.

Due to personal life experiences, Ms. Lozoya realized that there are a lot of misconceptions regarding Bankruptcy and Estate Planning as it relates to everyday people. Ms. Lozoya is determined to help shatter those misconceptions which include ideas such as “bankruptcy will ruin your life” or “Estate planning is only for the rich and wealthy,” by adding these services to her practice. Ms. Lozoya truly believes in making Estate Planning and Bankruptcy accessible to underserved communities and removing the stigma that only certain people can utilize and benefit from one or the other.

When Ms. Lozoya isn’t fighting for her clients, you can find her with those closest to her heart, her husband, and her children. A little-known fact about Ms. Lozoya is that she is a veteran of the Armed Forces and served during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2006. She’s an active member of her church and loves to serve others with her talents.

Ms. Lozoya obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from the University of Phoenix and her Juris Doctorate in 2016. 

  • Associates of Arts, General Education
  • Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice Administration
  • Post-BaccalaureateParalegal Certificate
  • Juris Doctor
  • New Mexico State Bar
  • U.S. District Court for the State of New Mexico
  • District of Columbia
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 10th Circuit Court of Appeals

American Bar Association

Arizona Office

18205 N. 51st Ave., Suite 121 Glendale, AZ 85308


New Mexico Office

500 Marquette Avenue NW, Ste. 1200 - #1220, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102


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