In this article we are going to discuss an Arizona 341 meeting of creditors, what this meeting is, what you should expect from the meeting and a few additional key things you’ll probably want to know. Sometimes we get so nervous that we may forget to bring some things with us, troubles finding the right…

In this article we will explain what to expect after you’ve filed for bankruptcy with our firm*. We will also explain what steps you’ll have to take next and how to ensure you’ll stay on the right path when you’ve filed for bankruptcy throughout the entire bankruptcy filing. 1.) You’ll be assigned a Case Manager: Once…

When you should appoint a Power of Attorney and what you’ll need to know about appointing one. Learn the types of Power of Attorneys and their definitions. Wondering how to get power of attorney?  There are several types of Power of Attorneys in Arizona, it’s always best to know what type of Power of Attorney you may…

Is your Chapter 13 case close to discharge? Are you almost finished making payments? Learn what steps you’ll need to complete your Chapter 13 plan payment next. Firstly, congratulations, you’re almost done with your Chapter 13 plan payment and now your wondering what to do next?  That’s fine.  We’ve heard this question on more than one…

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