Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyers

Meet our Mesa Debt Relief AttorneyCandace Kallen
Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyers attorney Candace Kallen will help you with debt relief when student loans, mortgage payments, unexpected medical bills and credit card debt become too much. Most importantly, Ms. Kallen understands how difficult coping with debt can be. Ms. Kallen will evaluate your debt, listen to your needs and financial goals, and give you options for debt relief. A member of an experienced, professional, and dedicated team of debt relief experts, Candace Kallen will listen to your needs and help you get out of debt.
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Our Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyers can assist you with filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 13 bankruptcy, or another needed form of debt relief.  Our attorneys can also assist you with stopping a wage garnishment, saving your home from a foreclosure, or getting you out of a vehicle repossession. 

Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyers will help you rebuild your credit.

Filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 will allow you to stop bad financial habits.

Our bankruptcy law office can give you the ability to pay your current bills on time.

Live your life without worry after declaring bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy filing gives you legal protection from creditors and debt collectors.

 

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Our Mesa bankruptcy lawyers provide Mesa residents the personal legal representation and help to protect assets, stop creditor harassment, a find a fresh financial beginning.

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    Mesa Bankruptcy Service

    4065 E University Dr #500, Mesa, AZ 85205

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    MESA BANKRUPTCY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    ANSWER:

    The most immediate benefit of filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is that you can provide your creditors with your attorney’s information once you retain, and they are no longer allowed to contact you about your debts. If they continue to contact you, you should report any further harassment to your attorney so your attorney can seek sanctions against them.

    Once your case is filed, the Automatic Stay goes into effect, which protects you from Foreclosure, wage garnishment, repossession, and other forms of debt collection. The Automatic Stay is discussed in detail below.

    After your bankruptcy is filed, you may see little or no change in your credit score. We provide our clients with a copy of their credit report with a projected credit score one year after filing. Most of our clients see a significant increase. You will likely receive offers for new lines of credit, and have an easier time financing a new vehicle.

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    A Chapter 7 bankruptcy simply discharges your debt, while you must complete a 3-5 year repayment plan in a Chapter 13. While this may sound unfavorable, many filers are seeking to catch up on payments on their home or a beloved vehicle. A Chapter 13 allows them to spread out the arrearages over those 3-5 years.

    There are time restrictions on a Chapter 7 that aren’t present in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you have already filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the past, you will be ineligible to file again for 8 years and may only be left with the option of a Chapter 13. There are also income restrictions for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. You must either make below the median income level for your family size in your state, or pass a means test. If you can’t prove that you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy through either of these methods, you will probably have to file a Chapter 13 instead.

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    A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy will remain on your credit for 10 years. Additionally, you will have to wait 2 years to qualify for an FHA Loan if you are buying a house. 

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    A wage garnishment is a method of debt collection your creditors use to collect payment directly from your paychecks. If you have received a summons for any of your debts, you should be wary of an impending wage garnishment order.

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    ANSWER:

    Yes,  Your bank has the capability of garnishing your wages, but will likely choose to garnish your bank account directly instead.

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    ANSWER:

    Your creditors will be able to garnish your wages once they receive permission from the bankruptcy court to garnish your wages. The court will grant the request for a garnishment if the creditor has obtained a judgment against you.

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    ANSWER:

    There are limited options to fighting a wage garnishment. Thus, one is to pay the debt. Plus, you may be able to work out a payment plan or installment agreement with the creditor, or they may accept a reduced amount. Also, you can also petition the court to pay in installments.

    If paying your wage garnishment debt isn’t feasible in any of these methods, you should consider bankruptcy. Plus, if you are being garnished for a debt that is discharged in your bankruptcy, the garnishment is stopped permanently. Otherwise, garnishment will cease until your case is discharged or dismissed

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    ANSWER:

    The Automatic Stay is a part of the bankruptcy filing process that prevents your creditors from collecting during an active bankruptcy. The Automatic Stay protects bankruptcy filers against not only wage garnishment, but home foreclosure and vehicle repossession. If you think you can benefit from the Automatic Stay in more than one way, you should consult an attorney to discuss your bankruptcy options.

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    ANSWER:

    A wage garnishment will negatively impact your credit. However, having your wages actively being garnished can make it more difficult for you to obtain a loan.

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