Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
The Ellett Law Offices, P.C., has provided knowledgeable bankruptcy representation for clients in Phoenix and surrounding areas since 1993. We are committed to giving our clients the opportunity to start fresh through Chapter 7 and other forms of bankruptcy and debt relief.
For information on how you can use chapter 7 to discharge your debt in Arizona, contact a Phoenix Chapter 7 attorney. We have extensive experience representing clients during the legal process of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and can discuss all your legal options. Bankruptcy law is complex and eligibility for Chapter 7 is based on income and expenses. The process of qualifying has become even more complicated under the so-called Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Income and household size are among the many factors considered. Even if you do not qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can probably seek debt relief through other forms of bankruptcy such as a Chapter 13 or Chapter 11.
Discharging Debt Through Chapter 7
Unsecured debt can be discharged without garnishments or collections through a Chapter 7. This process can immediately eliminate credit card obligations, medical bills, personal loans and other unsecured debt. We realize the importance of asset protection, and provide the experienced and knowledgeable representation needed to fully protect our client’s property and income.
As a law firm dedicated to bankruptcy and other forms of debt relief, we understand how difficult financial strains can be for our clients to endure. In addition to effective case resolution, our quality representation includes an impressive history of bankruptcy court decisions. Clients benefit from our years of knowledge and experience gained through handling over 3,000 Arizona bankruptcy cases. We are experts with federal bankruptcy law and Arizona bankruptcy exceptions.
Contact a Scottsdale Debt Relief Attorney
If you are considering debt consolidation and would like to discuss a Chapter 7 bankruptcy issue, contact us. To meet with a qualified lawyer, please call 602-235-9510 or send an e-mail. Initial consultations are offered free of charge and financing options can be made available for some cases. Click here to review a schedule of our fees.
We are pleased to inform you that we have been designated by federal law as a debt relief agency. We help people and businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.