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Tucson, Arizona 85701
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An Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney Makes Filing Bankruptcy Easier
Bankruptcy is a difficult enough process, without help, it can be down right frustrating. You should use an experienced bankruptcy attorney regardless if you are filing chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 11 bankruptcy, or chapter 13 bankruptcy. Though filing for bankruptcy on your own may seem like a good idea, the assistance of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer will make it a lot easier. Consider seeking the assistance of a bankruptcy attorney.Read Article
Do You Have a Great Credit Score? Can You Keep It??
If you have a good or even a great credit score, many other people will be trying to steal your information and ruin your credit score. Identity theft is on the rise throughout America. In a way it is a silent crime that can do severe damage to a person's credit score and financial situation. Chances are, either you, some family member, or someone you know has been negatively affected by theft of their identity.Read Article
Wage Garnishments and How to Deal With Them
When you are unable to pay your bills, creditors have no choice but to try various means to collect from you for monies that are owed to them. One of the options available to bill collectors is to get a writ of garnishment against you and proceed to garnish your wages. If you are having trouble making ends meet the way it is, how are you ever going to be able to get by with up to 25% of your wages being taken from you via a garnishment from one of your creditors?Read Article
Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Both Have a Negative Effect on Your Credit Score
For many people in Arizona considering to surrender their house in a foreclosure. There are some things to consider. Your credit score will suffer significantly. A comparable option is to file for bankruptcy protection. Declaring bankruptcy offers a debtor protection from lawsuits and the ability to wipe out all or a portion of his unsecured debts. Plus, within the bankruptcy a person can surrender their home and not have to have both a foreclosure and a bankruptcy on their credit report.Read Article
Prevent Creditors from Harassing You
When you fall behind on your bills and owe everyone in the world money, chances are your phone will be ringing all day with creditors looking for money. Once you are in a similar situation to the one described, it quickly becomes overwhelming. Not sure where to turn? Consult a debt relief expert and find out your options. An experienced bankruptcy attorney can assist you while trying to get creditors to stop harassing you and your family.Read Article
Can Members of the Military File for Bankruptcy?
Can Members of the Military File for Bankruptcy? In short, YES! Individuals in the military are afforded the same rights as the rest of us regarding using bankruptcy protection to keep from losing their home and possessions. Filing bankruptcy may interfere with some high profile or high level security jobs that may become available to them through their branch of the military, however, there is nothing stopping an active military member from filing for ch. 7 or ch. 13 bankruptcy protection.Read Article
The Purpose of the Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy
Debtors often to not fully understand the rights granted to them by the bankruptcy code upon filing a bankruptcy petition with the court. One of the most important rights is the right to be free from collection attempts by creditors after the bankruptcy petition has been filed. The automatic stay allows to the debtor to carry less of a burden from mounting debt by barring creditors from attempting to collect a debt while the bankruptcy petition is being processed in the court system.Read Article
How Bankruptcy Affects Your Credit Score
A bankruptcy will always be considered a very negative event by your FICO score. How much of an impact it will have on your score will depend on your entire credit profile prior to filing bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy in Arizona will have a negative effect on your credit. While there are many things to consider when considering filing for bankruptcy, you can expect it to impact your score for as long as the bankruptcy is listed on your credit report.Read Article
The Rich and Well to do and Filing Bankruptcy
Celebrities and Bankruptcy. How Rich People File for Bankruptcy too. Do famous and rich people ever file Bankruptcy? YES! Famous People Who Have Filed Bankruptcy. How is it that seemingly “rich” celebrities, athletes, business leaders, and seemingly successful people are declaring bankruptcy? What’s the deal?Read Article
Handle Your Credit Cards! Avoid Bankruptcy
How to handle credit cards and avoid filing bankruptcy. Sometimes too much credit card debt forces a person into filing for bankruptcy. If credit and credit cards are handled properly an individual can avoid having to file for bankruptcy protection to alleviate the burden of overwhelming credit card debt.Read Article
No Credit after Bankruptcy?
It is a myth that you won't be able to get credit after filing for bankruptcy. Some people are mislead into believing that you won't be able to get credit for up to 10 years after filing for bankruptcy protection. This is simply not true. Filing for bankruptcy has always had a stigma about it. Many people look at it as a way to cheat the system and not pay your bills.Read Article
What is a "Joint Petition" in Bankruptcy?
What is meant by a joint petition when dealing with a bankruptcy? Description of filing a joint bankruptcy and advice on when to use a joint petition while filing chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy. What is a “Joint Petition” when the topic is filing for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy? A joint petition in bankruptcy is the filing of one single bankruptcy petition by an individual and his or her spouse.Read Article