Affordable Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorneys
Low Cost Bankruptcy Attorneys in Phoenix
Are you looking for an affordable Phoenix bankruptcy lawyer? Many people in the Phoenix area are in need of debt relief. Deciding to file for bankruptcy is a big step for any individual, family, or business. Careful consideration should go into the process including speaking to a knowledgeable professional about your debt relief options. At Wright Law Offices, we want to know what your goals are and can help determine if a bankruptcy filing can help you meet them.
Countless individuals, couples, families, and businesses in Phoenix, Maricopa County, and throughout Arizona are faced with the reality of serious financial debt and may be unsure how to begin tackling the problem. Our team is well versed in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Our experienced bankruptcy attorneys have assisted many clients to resolve their debts and achieve financial freedom.
Most Phoenix Debtors Pass the Bankruptcy Means Test
Don’t despair, the bankruptcy means test is not a problem for most Phoenix debtors. Even for those people in Phoenix who are required to file a chapter 13 payment plan, the payments (in the chapter 13 plan) are usually far, far less than paying all the debt. The interest, penalties, and late fees also stop in most cases once you have filed for bankruptcy protection. Many times, very little of the general unsecured creditors are paid back in a chapter 13 bankruptcy case. The income figures in a chapter 13 are based upon census data by family size and vary from state to state. Contact a Phoenix bankruptcy lawyer today and find out the current income figures for Arizona.
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Phoenix bankruptcy attorneys serving Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 clients in Phoenix and surrounding communities!
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