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Timothy Lukas


5441 Kietzke Lane, Suite 200, Reno, NV 89511

Tim practices primarily in the field of creditor bankruptcy representation and insolvency planning.

He also handles a select group of cases in the area of family law practice and commercial litigation.

Tim represents financial institutions, secured lenders, and state agencies in a wide range of bankruptcy cases and pre-bankruptcy planning contexts. Given the complexity of bankruptcy practice, Tim focuses his client representation on secured real property interests for financial institutions, such as the protection of interests and defense of claims against other creditors. Tim has served as lead counsel and as local counsel for large creditors in casino, subdivision, construction, mining company, and contaminated property cases.

Tim is the Administrative Partner of the Reno office.


Bar Admissions


  • The Best Lawyers in America© Lawyer of the Year, Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law - Reno, 2016, 2018
  • The Best Lawyers in America© Lawyer of the Year, Litigation - Bankruptcy - Reno, 2017
  • The Best Lawyers in America© Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law, 2008-2022; Litigation - Bankruptcy, 2011-2022
  • Nevada Business Journal, 20 Executives Who Exhibit 20/20 Vision, 2008
  • Nevada Business Magazine, Nevada Legal Elite, 2021

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • State Bar of Nevada, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • American Bar Foundation, Fellow
  • American Bankruptcy Institute, Member
  • Nevada State Bar, Member
    Bankruptcy Section
    Family Law Section
  • Northern Nevada Bankruptcy Bar Association, Member

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