Posts Tagged ‘bankruptcy law firm’

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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Your Credit Score Could Improve After You File for Bankruptcy in Arizona

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

If you file for bankruptcy in Arizona, you can expect your credit score to be lowered. But the extent of the damage might be mitigated by other factors. And many AZ residents find that their score has actually improved within a reasonable period after filing for bankruptcy. Credit Score Damage Before You File for Bankruptcy
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Arizona Bankruptcy is for when Bad Things Happen to Good People

Friday, November 30th, 2012

The reality of Arizona bankruptcy is that most people never intended to end up there – even fought as long as possible to avoid it. But in the last several years there has been a perfect storm of falling home values, unemployment or under-employment, and rising costs of everything from medicine to food to gas.
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Be Careful Paying Creditors before an Arizona Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Monday, August 13th, 2012

If you are considering filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Phoenix, Arizona, consult with a qualified bankruptcy attorney before you make any irregular, unscheduled, or large payments to creditors. Any payments made prior to an AZ bankruptcy filing will be reviewed by the bankruptcy trustee. You must make payments to all of your creditors or
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Lien Strips Require Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Phoenix

Monday, June 11th, 2012

The status of a lien – whether fully or partially secured, or completely unsecured – makes a big difference in the bankruptcy process in Phoenix, Arizona. Lien strip – or stripping a lien – means to have a lien removed from title making the debt completely unsecured. A lien strip in bankruptcy often happens with
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What Debts are NOT Discharged during Bankruptcy?

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

Not all debt is seen as equal during a bankruptcy filing and there are some debts that cannot be routinely discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The most common types of debt that cannot be discharged are child support, student loans, and tax debt. Child support and back child support will
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