Waiting to File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy When debts become too much to manage, bankruptcy is available as a way for Americans to discharge debts they won’t reasonably be able to pay. The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy for months, and more and [...]
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A discharge in the bankruptcy world means that you are now legally free from paying certain debts. Learn how to file for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Phoenix, Arizona and Tucson, AZ.
The Bankruptcy Law of 2005 changed many of the Arizona bankruptcy laws. A significant provision is the means test to determine whether or not a person is eligible to file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Should I file for bankruptcy? That is a complex question that is not easily answered. Filing for bankruptcy in Phoenix, Tucson, Arizona has its pros and cons. Consult an attorney for help deciding.
If you are thinking about attempting to file bankruptcy without an attorney in Phoenix or Tucson, Arizona…don’t. It can not only be extremely frustrating and confusing, it is not easily modifiable
Renting an Apartment after Filing Bankruptcy; Rather than try to rent after filing, sign a new lease on a different apartment prior to filing bankruptcy then reject the current lease in the Chapter 7
If you feel that you are drowning in debt and cannot see your way clear to paying your minimum monthly payments, consider filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection in Arizona.