Posts Tagged ‘bankruptcy in arizona’

A Tax Refund Can Affect a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

If you have filed or will file for chapter 7 bankruptcy in Arizona this year, you will want to discuss any tax refund with your bankruptcy attorney. The size of the refund and the timing of the bankruptcy filing should be considered. Radix Law, in Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ, has experienced bankruptcy attorneys helping clients
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Retirement, Debt, and Bankruptcy in Arizona

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Sometimes the older generations find it hardest to file for bankruptcy in Arizona. Though it is not easy for anyone, it seems especially difficult for this demographic. Many will go to unreasonable lengths to avoid AZ bankruptcy, even to the point of using their retirement savings to pay debts such as underwater mortgages, medical bills,
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Are Your Arizona Wages Garnished?

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Filing for bankruptcy in Arizona creates a legal injunction known as the automatic stay. This automatic stay immediately stops all creditors’ attempts to collect a debt during your bankruptcy case. The automatic stay can stop a wage garnishment or keep one from starting. It is important to consult with an experienced Arizona bankruptcy lawyer as
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Arizona Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Will Not Eliminate Tax Debt

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Tax debt is generally not discharged as the result of a bankruptcy filing; most tax debts must be paid in full. Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Arizona is still a smart way to handle back taxes. In the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process, the bankruptcy court will determine which of your creditors are repaid, at what
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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in Arizona is Not Just for Businesses

Monday, June 4th, 2012

Most residents faced with bankruptcy in Arizona are considering filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, perhaps thinking that Chapter 11 bankruptcy is for businesses only. But certain individual circumstances can benefit from Chapter 11 bankruptcy rules. Individuals that have secured debts over $1,081,400 or unsecured debts higher than $360,475 may end up filing
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What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Arizona?

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Of the two common types of bankruptcy in Arizona used by individuals, chapter 13 is broader and allows for more flexibility in retaining assets. Because the goal of Chapter 13 bankruptcy is to repay debt – rather than eliminate debt – this bankruptcy filing allows for a greater range of debt to be included and
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