Posts Tagged ‘bankruptcy lawyer’

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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When to Choose Arizona Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Monday, April 15th, 2013

Businesses and individuals that have too much debt to qualify for Chapter 13 bankruptcy may choose to file Arizona Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Since there is no debt limit with a Chapter 11 case, it may be an alternative when the liabilities are over the debt limits of Chapter 13. Furthermore, some businesses with excessive debt
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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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Should I File for Bankruptcy in Arizona?

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

The decision to file for bankruptcy in Arizona is never easy. But there are some common signs that may indicate it is time to consult with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. Your Debt Equals Half of Your Income If your debt reaches half of your income – or even close to half of your income –
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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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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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