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  • Financial Resolutions for 2017

    We are well into 2017, over halfway through the first quarter. How are you doing on those resolutions, Arizona? Many of us are forced to admit that we aren’t doing so well, but it isn’t too late. Today you can make a fresh start on those financial goals. If you don’t get control of your finances now you may be forced to file for bankruptcy somewhere down the line.

    If you aren’t sure how to set financial goals or even what they would be you aren’t alone. When you feel like you don’t have enough money it can be scary to take a good hard look at it. Admit it, it’s easier to just not think about it. Unfortunately, not knowing how much money you have coming in or where it’s going can be a path to an Arizona bankruptcy lawyer.

    Financial Resolutions for 2017

    Following are a few guidelines to get control of your finances.

    Take off Those Rose Colored Glasses

    The first thing you will need to do is take a long hard look at your finances. Then, in order to set goals, you should think about where you would like to be this time next year in terms of finances. Where would you like to be in five years? Once you decide what your goals are it is easier to break them down into small steps that will lead you there.

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    Budget

    There are many budgeting programs and apps available today. The first thing you need to find out is how much money you are bringing in each month and how much money you are spending each month. If you are spending more than you make, something has to give or you will indeed need to file for bankruptcy. If this is your situation you will either need to generate more income or spend less. If you are on the verge of seeing a Glendale bankruptcy lawyer, your first goal should be to get out of debt.

    financial resolution budgetCredit card debt causes many people to file for bankruptcy. If you frequently carry a large balance on your credit card (or cards) then you are spending more than you can afford. The goal of paying off all of your credit cards may seem overwhelming, so break it down into smaller steps. The first step is to stop using credit cards immediately. Cut them up if you have to. Your next goal can be to pay off just one credit card. Pick the card with the smallest balance and put every extra penny you can scrape together toward paying it off. What will you do when you get it paid off? Celebrate? Maybe a small one, but then, rather than spending the extra money you’ll have, apply the money you were paying toward that credit card and add it in to pay off another credit card. Think of the stress free days ahead with no credit card debt!

    2017 financesMaybe your finances aren’t in such bad shape. If that’s the case, do you have a savings account? That’s a great goal for 2017. Opening a savings account is a piece of cake, growing it is the hard part. Look at your budget with an eye toward cutting unnecessary spending. Learning to live on less may be difficult, but it will pay off in the future. Hopefully you won’t have to live an austere existence to be able to save a little money from each paycheck. Look at things like buying lunch out every day. You don’t have to give it up completely, maybe just bring lunch from home three or four days a week and still allow yourself to go out occasionally. Once you have decided how much money you can save from each paycheck, even if it’s only a few dollars, pay yourself first. Scheduling a certain amount of your paycheck to be automatically deposited into savings may be the most painless way to go. If you wait until the end of the week you can be fairly certain there won’t be anything left to save. It takes emotional discipline to save money, but a savings account brings freedom and security. Eventually it will allow you to take a vacation without charging it. You will also find that when the car breaks down it won’t cause a panic attack.

    budgeting financial planOnce you have broken your major goals into yearly goals it can still seem overwhelming. Instead of thinking about the massive undertaking of paying off debt or saving a comfortable sum of money, make a written plan of the steps you will need to follow to accomplish your goal, such as how much money you will need to pay or save each month and how you will reduce spending in other areas to accomplish this.

    Talking about your plan is different than accomplishing it. Try to set realistic goals so that you won’t become discouraged, and keep your eye on the prize. Remember, the longest journey starts with a single step.

    Sometimes, no matter how responsible you are, and how hard you try, you can’t find your way out of debt. Many responsible people find themselves facing bankruptcy due to medical bills, job loss divorce, etc.

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    The highly trained bankruptcy lawyers at My AZ Lawyers have a great deal of experience and can advise you on the best course of action for your circumstances. Each of our bankruptcy lawyers has a minimum of 10 years’ experience in helping clients obtain debt relief and regain control of their finances.

    My AZ LawyersCandace Kallen
    1731 W. Baseline Road, Suite 101
    Mesa, AZ 85202
    Office: (480) 263-1699

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    Can Filing my Tax Returns Late Affect My Bankruptcy?

    Filing for bankruptcy in Glendale is not an easy thing to decide. But getting your finances back in order is the best way to getting your life back on track. There are many factors that could bar you from filing for bankruptcy and regaining your monetary footing. Shockingly enough, how and when you file your taxes could have an impact on the type of bankruptcy you can file or if you can even file at all. Talk to your bankruptcy lawyer so that they can answer any questions you may have about filing for bankruptcy, and if your taxes will somehow affect your bankruptcy.

    filing tax returns late affect bankruptcy

    So, can filing your tax returns late affect your bankruptcy? This is a difficult question to answer, but one that is asked often. In this instance, there are a few court decisions that very little to do with the law of your taxes and filing for bankruptcy and focus more on the actions of the taxpayer themselves. Sometimes, even the IRS does not support the verdict of some court decisions. Therefore, filing a tax return late means that you cannot discharge it when you file for bankruptcy. This is sometimes a harsh conclusion to come to, but it really depends on where your hearing is and how lenient the judge is.

    Depending on who is deciding the outcome of your bankruptcy, there are two schools of thought on the matter. The first is that the fifth and tenth circuits have caused chaos in the bankruptcy code, along with the federal statutes and case laws in order to come to the conclusion that tax debt is not discharged if the tax return is filed late. Even if it just one day late, it is not able to be discharged. This may seem like a harsh conclusion, but again, it really depends on where you are and who is presiding over your case. You may end up getting a break.

    The next school of thought is slightly more lenient. The fourth, sixth, seventh, eighth, and eleventh circuits follow the 1984 tax court decision. The case of Beard vs. Commissioner had four factors involved and the courts tried to find if there were reasonable and honest attempts to satisfy requirements of tax law. These circuits try to examine the actions of the person and determine whether or not they tried to fulfill their tax requirements. In some cases, they try to determine this based solely on the face of their tax return. This is a more understanding system to use and it can sometimes be to your benefit. If you have tried to file your taxes and make sure that everything is taken care of, but finding that you owe money you cannot pay, this system could help you when you finally file for bankruptcy.

    There are obviously discrepancies in these rulings, but that’s where the ninth circuit of appeals comes in. In one particular case, someone didn’t file their taxes for eight whole years, and three years after the IRS’s deficiency notice. The ninth circuit took up the ideals of the eighth circuit and concluded that this was not a reasonable or honest attempt to file one’s taxes. If it had been within a month or two, or maybe even a year, then this could have been understandable, but they deemed that eight years was not a reasonable amount of time to file your taxes. Especially when it is to be done yearly.

    tax returns late bankruptcySo, if you need help filing for bankruptcy, My AZ Lawyers can help you work out all of the details. It’s not an easy decision to make, and there are some circumstances that may or may not hinder the process. Taxes are a huge part of filing for bankruptcy, so with our Glendale bankruptcy lawyers, we can help you no matter what. We know that you take your financial status seriously, and we will help in whatever area we can. Contact us for more information, and schedule a free consultation today so you can take the next step to reclaiming your financial footing!

    My AZ LawyersCandace Kallen
    1731 W. Baseline Road, Suite 101
    Mesa, AZ 85202
    Office: (480) 263-1699

    20325 N. 51st Ave., Suite #134
    Glendale, AZ 85308
    Office: (623) 640-4945

    2 East Congress St., Suite 900
    Tucson, AZ 85701
    Office: (520) 306-8729

    The 3 Most Important Connections Between Divorce and Bankruptcy

    1. Financial Obligations

    Filing for either bankruptcy or divorce involves complicated financial issues. When these two legal filings intersect, the issues can become even more complicated.

    Vital Connections Between Bankruptcy and DivorceThere are two main types of financial obligations that arise from divorce and can impact a bankruptcy: (1) support to provide for a child or spouse, and (2) the division of marital property. Generally support obligations remain enforceable in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, whereas outstanding obligations regarding property division may be wiped out in a Chapter 13 (though generally not in a Chapter 7). However, it’s not uncommon for support obligations and property divisions to overlap; for example, in order to reduce or eliminate spousal support, a divorcing couple may choose to divide their property unequally.

    It follows, therefore, that the best way to avoid any negative impact on your divorce or bankruptcy filings is to be fully disclosing with all of your divorce and bankruptcy professionals. You should inform your bankruptcy attorney about the likelihood of divorce, and your divorce mediator or attorney that you are considering bankruptcy.

    2. Timing

    One of the most important considerations is whether to file for bankruptcy before or after filing for divorce. This is because there are advantages and disadvantages to both depending on your particular situation.

    On the one hand, if you file for bankruptcy jointly with your spouse before filing for divorce, you will save money on court fees and likely attorney fees as well. Additionally, filling jointly will simplify the assets and debts division upon the divorce, also lowering divorce costs. Furthermore, as long as the divorce is filed more than 180 days after the bankruptcy, property awarded in a divorce cannot be reached by creditors. For these reasons, filing and completing the bankruptcy first is likely to simplify both processes, and may be financially advantageous to the divorcing parties.

    On the other hand, if you begin the divorce process before filing for bankruptcy, it may create more options for the type of bankruptcy you choose to pursue. A Chapter 7 is a liquidation bankruptcy designed to eliminate unsecured debts such as credit card debt and medical bills. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a more complicated process, allows you to pay back some or all of your debts through a three to five year repayment plan. In a Chapter 7, you usually receive a discharge after only a few months so it can be completed quickly before a divorce. However, as the Chapter 13 process takes a long time to complete, and can even further complicate the divorce process, it may make more sense to file and complete the divorce first.

    There are many other factors that impact the decision regarding timing of filing for bankruptcy, such as for instance the exemptions that you are entitled to. During a bankruptcy, property can be sold by the trustee to pay your debts. Prior to this occurring, however, careful planning with the guidance of a bankruptcy attorney before filling could help protect some of your exempted assets. The number of exemptions you may take, regardless of whether you choose to file the bankruptcy individually or jointly, are limited. For example, many states, including Arizona, do not allow federal exemptions. Additionally, though certain exemptions can be doubled by married couples filing bankruptcy jointly, this is not the case for the Arizona homestead exemption (which protects your home from the bankruptcy process). Thus, in order to receive the greatest number of exemptions possible, it may be more advantageous to file bankruptcy individually after the property has been divided in the divorce.
    Another consideration when deciding whether to file for bankruptcy or divorce first is income. When filing jointly for bankruptcy, you and your spouse must submit your combined income – which if too high may make both of you ineligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If this is your situation, you may need to wait to file bankruptcy until the divorce is finalized, so that each of you can file individually using your separate incomes.

    3. Working Together

    Financial stress accompanies almost any divorce. Dividing up property, allocating debts, establishing a workable budget for two households, and the other monetary matters typically involved in divorce can and often do become very contentious. Adding bankruptcy to this mix increases the financial and emotional tensions involved in these already challenging proceedings. Thus, when a couple considers divorce and bankruptcy simultaneously, it is important they work together to make this process as seamless as possible.

    In general, working together means you and your spouse do everything possible to diminish conflict. This includes doing your best to avoid the heightened hostility (and cost) that typically occurs when adversarial divorce lawyers are involved. Accordingly, you might consider hiring either collaborative lawyers or a professional mediator. Although hiring one professional mediator is typically far less costly and time consuming than hiring two collaborative lawyers, the processes involved in both mediation and collaboration will provide you with information regarding legal, financial, parenting and other considerations in order to ensure that the decisions you make relating to both your divorce and bankruptcy are compatible, save time and money, and are legally binding.

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    Is it necessary to do a consultation with more than one bankruptcy attorney before hiring someone?

    I am going to be filing for chapter bankruptcy. I have had a consultation with one lawyer. The lawyer is part of a firm that handles family law issues, this lawyer handles only bankruptcy cases and foreclosures, has been practicing for 4 years and has represented a couple thousand chapter 7 or 13 cases. Based on the consultation, i like this lawyer and I have found positive reviews by clients and peers, no negative reviews, and this person is a rising star on super lawyers. Would it still be smart for me to do another consultation, or is it ok to go with this lawyer with no further consultations. I need to move quickly given my situation.

    Answer: Sounds like you have a good start on a positive relationship with your bankruptcy attorney. That is always a good thing. Meeting with another attorney won’t take much time and may give you a different perspective that you like more. Meeting with another attorney could also solidify you feelings about the one guy that you have had a consultation with. Most bankruptcy attorneys offer free consultations, thus, the only thing that you may be out by meeting with another bankruptcy lawyer is your time.

    I am not nearly as concerned about the case load of the attorney that you have met as some of the other attorneys answering your question. I would prefer a bankruptcy attorney who has handled a lot of clients vs. an attorney who only does a few bankruptcy cases per month. I am sure that the attorney is used to the busy schedule and has a system in place to handle his case load. If you have concerns that he might be too busy for you or that he might not give you the attention that you may want, give him a call and see how long it takes for him to get back to you. If it is more than 24 hours before you hear from him or if you only get a paralegal or staff member to return your call, then maybe you might want to look elsewhere.

    Outside of those concerns, I don’t see why going with your guy would be a problem. A 2nd opinion is nice but not always necessary. You did your due diligence with your guy and have checked his reviews and references.

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    Will My Fiances Debt From Before Our Wedding Affect My Credit?

    My fiance is currently having some credit issues. If we get married and after our wedding he decides to file for bankruptcy, will the bankruptcy affect my credit and assets? Even though the debt was before we got married.

    Answer: I would recommend seeking the assistance of a lawyer NOW, prior to getting married. There are a couple of factors that come into play and to consider when getting married. First off, your personal credit score won’t be effected by your fiancé filing for bankruptcy, however, your income will be factored in after you are married whereas your fiancé may not be eligible for some chapters of bankruptcy once your income is factored in, which it will be once your fiancé files for bankruptcy (if you are married at the time that he files.)

    If you choose to get married before he files bankruptcy, you may have difficulty with any “joint” purchases or financing as his poor credit score will negatively effect your ability to obtain joint financing. There are many variables and things to consider regarding this scenario. Please seek the assistance of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer prior to getting married as it is best to plan ahead to avoid an unfavorable situation down the road.

    I hope that this information was helpful for you and that your question was answered.

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    Glendale, AZ 85308
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    Office: (520) 306-8729

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    Can Social Media Ruin Your Bankruptcy

    BEWARE: Facebook Posts Can Affect Bankruptcy

    On behalf of the My AZ Lawyers, PLLC. Posted in Bankruptcy Advice, Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyer on Friday, July 6th, 2012

    Many people in Arizona and throughout the United States have grown to love social media, especially Facebook. Social Media outlets are a great way to stay in touch with family and friends. Despite that, posting your personal information on-line has also opened a window that allows others to peer into your personal life. I doubt many Bankruptcy Trustees or creditors are looking up debtors to see if they are telling the truth about their personal assets. However, it can take less than two minutes to find out a lot about a person and their assets by simply looking on-line. It is always a good idea to keep your profile “private”. This will keep people from finding out too much information about you but is far from safe.  More importantly, if you are considering filing bankruptcy, be sure to disclose all of your assets and property to your bankruptcy attorney. If they know about your property then they can almost always protect it, or at least put you in the best situation to keep as much of it as possible.

    With the ever growing popularity of social media sites, the practice of law has adapted and changed with the growth. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and other social media sites have changed the practice of law.  Family Law and Divorce attorneys regularly review the opposing party’s Facebook profile for evidence of adultery or hidden assets.  In some cases, prosecutors present online photos to juries as evidence of guilty behavior.  It is a common practice of bill collectors to troll social media sites looking for assets and locating debtors.  If you aren’t careful, these same tactics can affect the progress of your bankruptcy filing as well.  Seek the assistance of your Arizona bankruptcy lawyer when going through the bankruptcy process in Arizona.  An Tucson Arizona bankruptcy attorney will warn you on what posts and pictures might adversely affect your bankruptcy.

    Ways Social Media Could Affect Your Bankruptcy

    1.  Posting Pictures of Luxury Spending:  Trips, Vacations, High Ticket Items
    2.  Boasting about Side Jobs or Getting a New Job
    3.  Showing Off Personal Property that is Not Listed

    Many of the ever-growing followers of social media do not guard what they post online for the world to see. Rarely do individuals at the start of a bankruptcy, (or later in the midst of one), consider that the photos and postings of their new toys (cars, TV’s) their vacation or weekend getaways, or other purchases are at risk for being brought into evidence in the bankruptcy court by a bankruptcy trustee. Recent vacations and purchases may raise concern with the bankruptcy trustee as to how debtors are spending their financial resources. Remember, creditors, bill collectors, and the bankruptcy court appointed trustee of your bankruptcy estate may be trolling social media sites looking for evidence that your situation has changed, or that you were not entirely forthcoming in the listing of your income, assets, and job positions on your bankruptcy petition and paperwork.

    Don’t be so naive to think that that limiting access to your profile to “friends only” will help.  Facebook and other social media information can easily be subpoenaed – do not assume any right to privacy for your online materials.  Is it really necessary to tell everyone about what is going on in your world?  Do you really need to show off and seek out the approval of others?  If so, be prepared to have your not-so-private personal information used against you.

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    Bankruptcy Lawyers in Queen Creek, AZ

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    On behalf of the My AZ Lawyers, PLLC. Posted in Bankruptcy Advice on Monday, April 2, 2012.

    Queen Creek bankruptcy attorneys in Queen Creek, Arizona, the My AZ Lawyers, PLLC, our Mesa, Arizona based bankruptcy law firm believes in affordable, stress-free bankruptcy representation. Our Queen Creek and Mesa bankruptcy attorneys, bankruptcy lawyers, debt relief experts, and staff pledge to give each client compassionate, aggressive, non-judgmental representation while filing for chapter 13 bankruptcy or chapter 7 bankruptcy in Queen Creek, Arizona.

    Our Mesa and Queen Creek bankruptcy lawyers are here to help you learn about the process of filing chapter 13 bankruptcy and chapter 7 bankruptcy in Queen Creek, Arizona. There are important requirements and differences between chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13 bankruptcy.  Our experienced Queen Creek bankruptcy attorneys will evaluate your financial situation and advise you as to which chapter of bankruptcy you qualify and which chapter of bankruptcy may be in the best interest of you and your family.  Contact our Queen Creek bankruptcy law firm today for a FREE, no hassle, no obligation consultation with one of our bankruptcy lawyers.

    Filing chapter 13 bankruptcy or chapter 7 bankruptcy in Queen Creek, Arizona is not the right choice for everybody. Our bankruptcy lawyers understand that bankruptcy isn’t always the answer to needed debt relief.  Our experienced debt relief experts will not recommend filing bankruptcy if it isn’t in the best interest of you and your family. Call us today for a free consultation, get your bankruptcy questions answered at a FREE, no obligation debt relief consultation. Find out if filing bankruptcy is the best option for you. An affordable Queen Creek bankruptcy lawyer, Queen Creek debt relief specialist, or Queen Creek bankruptcy attorney will be able to help guide you and figure out what debt relief solution is the right solution for your financial situation.

    Queen Creek Bankruptcy Lawyers

    Queen Creek, a community of approximately 1220 households, is located in the southeast part of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area in Maricopa and Pinal counties in Arizona.  From Schnepf Farms to the Queen Creek Olive Mill, Queen Creek offers a peaceful, suburb-type living for its nearly 5000 residents.

    Some of the advantages of declaring bankruptcy in Queen Creek, Arizona include:

    • Filing bankruptcy may rebuild your credit.
    • Declaring bankruptcy will help you stop bad financial habits. A Queen Creek bankruptcy lawyer can help.
    • Filing bankruptcy in Queen Creek,  Arizona may help you stay out of debt.
    • Declaring bankruptcy in Queen Creek, AZ will let you live your life without worry of creditor harassment.
    • Chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy in Arizona gets you a “Fresh Start”
    • Stop repossessions by filing for bankruptcy protection.
    • Save your family home through filing bankruptcy in Queen Creek, AZ.

    If you would like to have a FREE Debt Evaluation or a FREE Initial Bankruptcy Consultation to determine what is the best option for your current financial situation, do not hesitate to call our office and set up an appointment to meet with one of our trusted Arizona bankruptcy lawyers.  At The My AZ Lawyers, PLLC, your initial consultation with one of our experienced bankruptcy lawyers is FREE and we will happily meet with you in one of our area offices, or, if you choose, we can do a FREE Consultation by phone.  CALL (480) 833-8000.  Try our Bankruptcy by Phone!  Get started now, you deserve a Fresh Start!  Contact a low cost Queen Creek bankruptcy lawyer.

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    he affordable bankruptcy attorneys at the My AZ Lawyers, PLLC in Mesa, Arizona (AZ), provides debt relief to communities throughout Arizona, including, but not limited to, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, North Phoenix, Avondale, Peoria, Glendale, Chandler, Gilbert, Casa Grande, Prescott, Yuma, Tucson, Flagstaff, Anthem, Queen Creek, Maricopa County, Yavapai county, Coconino County, Pinal county, and Pima county. Queen Creek bankruptcy attorney, Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorney, Tucson Bankruptcy Lawyer, Mesa Bankruptcy Attorney.

    “Joint Petition” in Filing Bankruptcy

     

    Filing a Joint Petition Bankruptcy | Filing Bankruptcy When Married

    By Max Gunderson

    What is a “Joint Petition” for Bankruptcy? A joint petition in bankruptcy is the filing of one single bankruptcy petition by an individual and his or her spouse.  In Arizona, an individual will only be able to file a joint petition if they are legally married on the date that they file their Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy case.  A benefit of a “joint petition” is that the couple will only have to pay only one filing fee, not two. Continue reading “What is a “Joint Petition” for Bankruptcy?” »

    Filing Bankruptcy in Arizona

    TO FILE OR NOT TO FILE??

    by Max Gunderson

    Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can give you a fresh start by erasing much of your debt (under a Chapter 7 liquidation) or by giving you the breathing room to pay off your debts over three to five years (under a Chapter 13 repayment plan).  However, declaring bankruptcy is not always the best solution for every person or every situation. Continue reading “Arizona Bankruptcy: To File or Not To File” »

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    Low-cost chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13 bankruptcy in Arizona can be an essential component to getting your finances under control. There are cheap bankruptcy lawyers and attorneys available in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. Most people file bankruptcy because the money situation has gotten out of hand. When facing bankruptcy, the last thing you want to do is spend your last dollar on the process of filing for bankruptcy. The good news is there are ways to find affordable bankruptcy solutions and debt relief options that will help ease your financial pains.

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