I guarantee that no one wished upon a star as a young person and thought to themselves “I want to be a real estate mogul and a famous singer and…bankrupt!” That has NEVER happened. However, even real estate moguls and famous singers have ended up bankrupt. Do the names Donald Trump or Toni Braxton ring any bells? And look at them both now – very successful again. What they have in common is that they both needed to go through the bankruptcy process in order to regain their spots at the top.
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The economy has been hard on all segments of society. The legal profession is not exempt from these difficulties, and many law school graduates are finding it tough to land a job after they finish school. But add to that the mounting student loan debt and low starting salaries, and many law school graduates are […]
Eight Catholic Dioceses have Filed For Bankruptcy Protection In 2002, the Catholic diocese in Boston faced an enormous sex abuse scandal, during which its clergy were accused of countless instances of abuse. The allegations have forced the diocese into bankruptcy. Through the bankruptcy process, we have learned about the sheer number of allegations against the […]
In our previous post we discussed the bankruptcy petition, the Schedule A listing of real estate/property and the Schedule B listing of personal property. In this post we will discuss property exemptions (Schedule C). Under federal and state bankruptcy laws, there are categories and amounts of property that are exempt from the bankruptcy process. […]
Part of our commitment as bankruptcy attorneys is to inform and educate clients about the bankruptcy process. As a part of the client-attorney team, it is important for you to understand the forms you sign as part of your bankruptcy case. You are required to sign many of the forms we will file and […]
Bankruptcy laws provide for you to exempt property from the bankruptcy process that is necessary for you to get a fresh start. In handling your bankruptcy case, we will need to take into consideration how long you have lived in Arizona to effectively plan your property exemptions. Some states will allow you to […]
When you have decided to file bankruptcy there are certain issues that need to be determined prior to your filing. As your Arizona bankruptcy attorneys, we will discuss the strategies involved in filing that will be of the most benefit to you and your spouse or family, if applicable. Should Both Spouses File Bankruptcy? […]
An important part of making your decision to file bankruptcy is deciding which type of bankruptcy is right for you. For the most part you will be making the decision to file chapter 7 or chapter 13. Although it is possible to “convert” or switch from chapter 7 to chapter 13 or vice versa, it […]
Advantages of Bankruptcy As part of our work with clients considering bankruptcy, we want to make sure you understand all of your options. When you are faced with stress and overwhelming debt, bankruptcy can be one option that can quickly end creditor harassment. When you file for bankruptcy, your creditors must stop calling or […]
When you decide to work with us to determine if Arizona bankruptcy is the right choice for you, we will want to review all of your property (assets) and your debts. To read more about the kinds of information we will want, read our article on “Gathering All the Facts.” We will also want […]