Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyers
Arizona's strong bankruptcy laws may help you
The bankruptcy laws in Arizona are some of the strongest in the country. Could they help you eliminate your debt and protect your future?
These same laws have helped thousands of people in the past. If you're facing foreclosure, having your wages garnished or just want the harassing phone calls to stop then bankruptcy may be able to help you.
Find out how these laws could help you take control of your debt during a free case evaluation with a bankruptcy attorney near you in Arizona. Complete the free form on this page or call, toll free, 877-8335-2410 and we'll connect you with a lawyer who can answer your questions.
Arizona's Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Laws
Bankruptcy's debt relief tools are open to all Americans, but the details of how it works do vary in each state. Fortunately for you, the state laws in Arizona provide some of the strongest Chapter 7 bankruptcy exemptions in the country.
Chapter 7 exemptions outline exactly how your property should be protected when you file. Many people want to clear their debts, but don't want to give up their home, car or other important possessions.
These exemptions may allow you to keep this property safe during your filing. In most Chapter 7 cases, there is no property sale of any kind.
Arizona Chapter 7 exemptions include:
- A home, condo, co-op or mobile home worth up to $150,000 (May not be doubled by husband and wife)
- At least 75 percent of your weekly disposable income
- Up to $5,000 for a vehicle, may be doubled for disabled debtor
- Up to $4,000 for household furnishings plus $2,500 for work tools and equipment (Husband and wife may double all personal property exemptions)
If you decide to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy you will receive even stronger protections for your home, car and other valuables. In fact, Chapter 13 typically has the highest protections offered by bankruptcy, although your case may take longer.
Will all of your belongings be fully protected if you file bankruptcy? You can get that answer by speaking with a bankruptcy lawyer in Arizona. You can also ask other questions, like which type of bankruptcy is right for you.
Get Answers With an Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bankruptcy is designed to completely eliminate many types of debt. Could it help you? Don't guess or speculate: Get answers.
A bankruptcy lawyer in Arizona can answer your questions, take you through the bankruptcy process, explain how the laws would work with you and more. Then, you may make an educated decision about what's best for your future. Get these answers and more during a free case evaluation with a local bankruptcy lawyer.
Fill out the form below, and a sponsoring bankruptcy attorney in your area will contact you for a free, no-obligation consultation. A bankruptcy attorney can tell you about personal bankruptcy law and how it applies to your circumstances. Retake control of your finances and your future.
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