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Can You Switch Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Can You Switch between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Imagine the following scenario – you are in the middle of bankruptcy filing when you get a better attorney who has a new suggestion for you. Is it possible to switch from one bankruptcy chapter to another in the middle of the process? There are good enough […]

How Long After Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Can You File Chapter 13?

How Long After Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Can You File Chapter 13?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is a tool you can use to discharge some of your debt and experience financial stabilization. What happens, however, if you fail accomplishing your financial goals through it? Can you file bankruptcy again? A person who has received a discharge via Chapter […]

Your Arizona Utility Bills and Bankruptcy Proceedings

Your Arizona Utility Bills and Bankruptcy Proceedings

While utility bills are a mundane monthly expenditure, they can add up to a hefty sum. If you’re already struggling financially, chances are that you’re overwhelmed by the utility bills. Filing an Arizona bankruptcy is a good option for debt management but does it have any impact on utility […]

What Will Happen to My Savings Account in Bankruptcy?

What Will Happen to My Savings Account in Bankruptcy?

Addressing misconceptions is very important before a bankruptcy filing. Many people, for example, have no clear idea about what will happen to their savings account in bankruptcy. The type of bankruptcy (whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13) will be determining when it comes to the fate of savings. […]

How Will Inheritance Affect Filing Bankruptcy in Arizona?

How Will Inheritance Affect Filing Bankruptcy in Arizona?

You’re dealing with some serious financial problems. You consider filing bankruptcy. Somewhere along the way, you receive an inheritance. What impact is it going to have on the process and is it possible to keep creditors from getting some of the money that you’ve received? […]

What Happens after Your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Filed?

What Happens after Your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Filed?

You’ve filed all of the required papers with the Arizona bankruptcy court, you’ve attended the 341 Hearing and you’re wondering what’s next. Is this the end of the process? Has the bankruptcy discharge already become a fact? Let us see what happens after your Chapter 7 bankruptcy […]

Top 4 Mistakes People Commit When Filing Bankruptcy

Top 4 Mistakes People Commit When Filing Bankruptcy in Arizona

Bankruptcy filing can get complicated because you have several options and each one comes with its specifics. To avoid the confusion, it’s best to consult an experienced bankruptcy attorney before getting started with the process. Otherwise, you risk committing one of the several common mistakes […]

What is a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Hardship Discharge?

What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Hardship Discharge?

One thing you have to understand before filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is that you will be accepting a long-term commitment aimed at paying off debt and stabilizing your financial situation. Some debt restructuring and reduction will take place but you will still have to agree to a payment […]

Proof of Claim Bankruptcy Filing in Arizona

Proof of Claim Bankruptcy Filing in Arizona: Cost and Other Essentials

Whenever a person prepares for a bankruptcy in Arizona, they will have to acquaint themselves with the proof of claim – a document that is prepared by the creditor and submitted to the respective bankruptcy court. The aim of this document is to show the […]

How an Arizona Bankruptcy Will Affect Your Credit Score?

Ways in Which an Arizona Bankruptcy will Affect Your Credit Score

arizona bankruptcy will affect your credit scoreYour future depends on the decisions that you make today. Filing for bankruptcy is obviously a major move that will have a profound impact on your financial well-being in the years […]

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