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How to File for Bankruptcy During COVID-19

Advice from a Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorney When the COVID-19 outbreak first struck the United States in early 2020, stay-at-home orders and other social distancing measures were initiated to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Student Loan Debt Affecting Homeownership Rates

Student loan debt in the United States has more than doubled over the past decade, it now stands at about to $1.

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Stop Collection Calls

Receiving a collection call is stressful. Even more stressful is when those calls persist. If you are struggling under insurmountable debt and are receiving ongoing collection calls, know that there is help available for you.

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Chapter 13 and Keeping Your Property

When filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a debtor will not lose any property (including your home) to the bankruptcy trustee. The filing also does not affect a debtor’s mortgage.

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What is a Bankruptcy Trustee?

Every bankruptcy requires a bankruptcy trustee. But what exactly does a bankruptcy trustee do? What is a Bankruptcy Trustee? In every bankruptcy filing, an impartial “bankruptcy trustee” is assigned to the case.

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The Automatic Stay

One of the most beneficial parts of filing for bankruptcy, apart from actually receiving a discharge of debts, is an automatic stay.

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Do You Qualify for Chapter 7?

Bankruptcy is a great way to discharge debt so that you can move forward with a clean financial slate. It’s proven to be an effective tool for both consumers and businesses, but it’s important to know what kind of bankruptcy you qualify for.

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Alternatives to Bankruptcy When You’re Facing Debt

It was a hard conversation to have. The woman standing across from me was telling me about the fact that she knows she should have filed bankruptcy years ago.

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  • Chapter 11
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  • credit card debt
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Rebuilding After Bankruptcy

When you’re facing a large amount of debt, it can feel insurmountable. Should you file for bankruptcy? How does bankruptcy work?

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  • Chapter 11
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  • Chapter 13
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  • Chapter 7
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Tax Liens and Bankruptcy

A “tax lien” is often imposed on a property as a means of securing the payment of back-owed taxes and the IRS will issue this tax lien to ensure that it gets paid no matter what.

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