State and federal insolvency and restructuring laws can often require tough financial decisions, and result in difficult legal battles. Our attorneys stay current on cutting-edge developments in bankruptcy law through membership in the American Bankruptcy Institute, periodicals, attendance and participation at bankruptcy-related seminars, Phoenix Bankruptcy Lawyer and, individually, by such activities as membership of the State Bar of Arizona's Bankruptcy Section, leadership roles in the Turnaround Management Association, and participation in the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, American Bankruptcy Institute conferences, and other national meetings of bankruptcy judges and practitioners.
At the Carr Law we have the ability, knowledge and have been able to evaluate the taxpayer's financial situation and the applicable guidelines and then make arguments for the taxpayer as to the appropriate acceptable amount that the taxpayer could afford and the taxing authority could accept in reasonable payments.
She not only knows her stuff (I'd hate to go up against her in a courtroom), but she is always there, always kept us informed, and guided us through those years with skill, support, and her knowing the ropes with navigating the sometimes craziness of dealing with a Chapter 13. Elizabeth and her firm are the ONLY attorneys I recommend after losing money to a supposed lawyer prior.
Bankruptcy allows the individual to either liquidate all their assets and use that money to pay off their debts at a reduced rate or to create a repayment plan that functions over three to five years which enables the individual filing for bankruptcy to regain their financial footing without losing their assets and livelihood.
Armed with peer-recognized legal skill and excellence (our roster includes certified bankruptcy specialists and Super Lawyers honorees), Allen Barnes & Jones is a consistently strong match for the bankruptcy departments of national and regional law firms in complex bankruptcy and loan workout matters.
When we file your Petition for Relief (a three page document) with the Clerk of the Court, it becomes illegal for any creditor to call you, write you, sue you or take any action against you to collect a debt, except child support, alimony and criminal restitution.
Additionally, our Phoenix bankruptcy attorneys serve individuals and businesses in proceedings under all Bankruptcy Chapters, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Therefore, our Arizona bankruptcy law team prides itself in the fact that we can provide high-quality bankruptcy service at inexpensive rates for our clients.
For more bankruptcy information, feel free to review the information provided on our bankruptcy website, and please contact our office or call 602-277-4441 to speak with an qualified Phoenix debt relief lawyer at Platt & Westby, P.C., about your bankruptcy questions and filing for bankruptcy.