Posts Tagged ‘bankruptcy in AZ’

Consider the Timing before You File for Bankruptcy in Arizona

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

When you file for bankruptcy in Arizona, the main objective is to relieve an unreasonable debt burden and get back on your financial feet as quickly as possible. While it can be true that sooner is better than later, that is not always the case. The right timing to file for bankruptcy takes into consideration
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If I File for Bankruptcy will My House be Foreclosed?

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Bankruptcy and foreclosure are separate legal actions under Federal and Arizona law. You do not have to file bankruptcy if your home is foreclosed, and you will not be foreclosed just because you file for bankruptcy. It is possible to keep your home in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. To
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The 341 Hearing for Bankruptcy in Phoenix, Arizona

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

When filing for voluntary bankruptcy in AZ of any kind, including Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a 341 Hearing is held. The 341 Meeting is also called a “Meeting of the Creditors,” and is named after the section of the bankruptcy code that mandates the meeting. Your bankruptcy attorney will
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Is the Bankruptcy Boom in Arizona Over?

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Some have referred to a boom in bankruptcies filed in Arizona and, it seems, felt safer filing for bankruptcy themselves in the middle of a tidal wave of bankruptcy. However, filing for bankruptcy in AZ should be based on individual circumstances and should not be hurried simply because of perceived volume. Reasons and timing for
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