Morgan McCain


Morgan McCain is an associate attorney with My AZ Lawyers. His practice areas include bankruptcy law, estate planning and probate law. He is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in Arizona.
Morgan is a “Zonie” and Valley Native having been born and raised in Mesa. After high school, Morgan began his college studies at LDS Business College in Salt Lake City, Utah; and after spending a few winters away from his native Arizona and its warm winters, he returned to the valley to complete his studies at Arizona State University. He graduated from ASU with bachelor degrees in Political Science and History.
After completing his studies at ASU, Morgan and his wife moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma where he attended law school at The University of Tulsa. During law school, Morgan completed a joint degree, also earning a master’s degree in History. He was an integral part in creating the Tulsa Law chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, and also served as a member of its Presidency for two years. Also while in law school, Morgan was a student clinician at the Boesche Legal Clinic, where he had the opportunity to work with and assist members of the Tulsa community in estate planning and probate matters.
It was during this time that Morgan realized he loved meeting with clients and helping them find solutions to their legal needs. Since law school Morgan has continued to hone his people skills and legal knowledge by working for a tribal government’s legal services department; as well as working for three different bankruptcy and consumer law firms in the valley prior to joining My AZ Lawyers.
Morgan has a beautiful wife who is an elementary school teacher with Mesa Public Schools, and is the proud father of three beautiful girls and one handsome boy. In his spare time, Morgan enjoys spending time with his family as well as reading and attending ASU football games.
LDS Business College (A.S., 1999)
Arizona State University (B.A., B.S. 2002)
The University of Tulsa (M.A., J.D., 2005)
Bar and Court Admissions:
Arizona Supreme Court – 2007
Federal District Court, Arizona – 2008