May 3, 2017

Q: Can I get rid of Medical Bills in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

2017-05-03T00:37:15+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

A: Absolutely! Are you overwhelmed with medical debts? If you have significant medical bills, filing an Arizona Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can eliminate your medical bills completely. Contact one of our bankruptcy lawyers in Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff or other locations in Arizona and find out if [...]

May 3, 2017

Q: Can I get obtain credit after I file bankruptcy?

2017-05-03T00:36:52+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

A: Credit cards probably contributed to your bankruptcy filing. However, staying current with credit cards after your bankruptcy is an excellent way of rebuilding your credit. Credit cards are usually available immediately after receiving your bankruptcy discharge. In fact, in many cases the very same [...]

May 3, 2017

Q: How do I rebuild my credit after filing for bankruptcy?

2017-05-03T00:36:06+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

A: If you are considering declaring bankruptcy in Arizona and are worried about what the effects declaring bankruptcy will have on your credit score, you should contact a bankruptcy lawyer in Arizona and ask about what effects bankruptcy has on your credit rating and how [...]

May 3, 2017

Q: Can I buy a car after filing for bankruptcy?

2017-05-03T00:35:43+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

A: Yes! You should be able to get an auto loan immediately after filing for bankruptcy. There are several places that offer loans to people going through a bankruptcy. The interest rates that you will receive will be steep, but financing a car after a [...]

May 3, 2017

Q: Can I keep my property if I file for bankruptcy?

2017-05-03T00:35:18+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

A: Usually you can keep your property if you choose to file for bankruptcy. Certain property is called “exempt” (that means protected) assets. You are allowed to keep those items that are exempt when filing for bankruptcy protection. The concept behind exempt items is that [...]

May 3, 2017

Q: How long is Chapter 7 bankruptcy reported on my credit?

2017-05-03T00:35:05+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

A: A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is reported on your credit for 10 years following the filing of your case, that doesn’t mean that it takes 10 years to obtain more credit. Typically, recent bankruptcy filers qualify for certain types of credit immediately after their bankruptcy [...]

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