Posts Tagged ‘file for bankruptcy’

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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The Student Loan Crisis is as Bad in Arizona as Everywhere Else

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

The Student Loan Crisis is as Bad in Arizona as Everywhere Else Almost any Arizona bankruptcy lawyer has seen the serious debt crisis brought on by student loans. One notable result of the recent economic recession has been bankruptcy filings that include student loan debt accrued by young people entering college, parents assisting their children
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Arizona Bankruptcy Should Not Always be the Last Resort

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

There is an old-school rule of debt management that states that filing bankruptcy should be a last resort. With the economic crisis in the US of recent years, that old school thinking may not be right for today’s financial problems. Health Considerations of Bankruptcy Putting off filing for bankruptcy in Phoenix or Scottsdale, AZ, could
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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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