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Confused about Bankruptcy? Hire a Bankruptcy Lawyer!

Thomas Yang - May 28, 2021

Confused about Bankruptcy? Hire a Bankruptcy Lawyer! Nobody wants to file for bankruptcy; unfortunately, it’s more common than you want it to be. A round of scary procedures later, it might seem like your reputation has taken an even bigger hit than before. To add to that, there’s a host of misconceptions that can cause […]

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Secure and Unsecured Debts

Thomas Yang - April 28, 2021

Secure and Unsecured Debts Bankruptcy filers are known to owe money on different credit lines. Bankruptcy courts categorize debts into two: The secured and unsecured debts. Despite everyone’s bankruptcy case being different, it is essential that you know the debt types and how bankruptcy courts treat them. With this, you will be in a position […]

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The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Declaring Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Thomas Yang - April 27, 2021

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy There comes a time in life when we experience financial turbulence. The balancing factor between our income flow and expenditure fails, and debts become the order of the day. Threats from creditors intensify day by day, and the hard reality dawns on us. At such a point, we must take bold steps […]

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What Is A 341 Meeting Of Creditors?

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What Is A 341 Meeting Of Creditors? If you plan to file for bankruptcy, Section 341 of the Bankruptcy Code requires that you attend a creditors meeting. The meeting is also called a “341 meeting.” In this meeting, you will meet the appointed trustee. Creditors who choose to attend can ask questions, although they rarely […]

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You Could Be Bankrupt Overnight – Is Declaring Bankruptcy a Good Idea?

James Hansen - February 16, 2021

Medical bills. Credit card debt. Divorce. Life happens. You wake up one day and your financial struggles have multiplied overnight. You’re in over your head, and you know that you need help. Could declaring bankruptcy be the answer? Learn the laws, discover your options, and find out whether declaring bankruptcy could be the right choice for you. […]

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5 Shockingly Stupid Ways to Pay Off Debt

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The stress of being deeply in debt can cause smart people to make foolish decisions – but you don’t have to. Are you feeling trapped by your financial struggles? Discover the five worst ways to pay off debt, and learn where to find real help towards a brighter future. #1. Credit Card Balance Transfers When you […]

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Bankruptcy and Student Loan Debt: What You Need to Know

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  Bankruptcy is a positive change in many people’s lives, a turning point when they begin a path to a new financial future and get rid of burdensome debt. Filing for bankruptcy can discharge debts from credit cards, car loans, and unpaid medical bills. But there’s one type of debt that is notoriously difficult to […]

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Foreclosures in Arizona: What You Need to Know

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  Foreclosures in Arizona: What You Need to Know Are you having trouble making your mortgage payments? Are you worried that the bank might foreclose on your home – but aren’t really sure how the foreclosure process even works? Every state has different laws and regulations, and there are a few things to know about […]

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Atorneys: Expectations vs. Reality

James Hansen - April 4, 2020

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Do You Qualify for Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy isn’t the right solution for everyone. The determination of whether or not bankruptcy is an appropriate debt relief solution for your will be made based on a number of factors including the type and total level of your debt. Use this form to schedule an appointment with one of our bankruptcy attorneys. The consultation is completely free and there is no obligation.