The main benefit that almost any Bankruptcy filer is after is their discharge. Once your creditors have
been paid what the Court determines they are due, the Court will issue a filer their discharge. This is the
document that officially absolves that filer of their liability for all debts listed in their Bankruptcy Petition
that qualified for discharge. In addition to discharge, filers enjoy: protection from creditor harassment,
the protective benefits of the Bankruptcy Code’s Automatic Stay, and protection from creditor actions in relation to listed debts. The Bankruptcy Code protects a filer’s property from foreclosure, repossession,
seizure, or garnishment. If you are facing creditor harassment, repossession attempts, or a wage
garnishment give us a call today and we can make it stop.
Bankruptcy is a complicated and very technical area of law. While the Federal Bankruptcy Code
governs much of the Bankruptcy process, each state has its own local set of Bankruptcy rules and
exemptions that play a huge factor in the success of a client’s case. If you want to maximize the amount
of property you can exempt and ensure that you are not paying back anything more than you are legally
obligated to, you need a legal expert who can guide you through the process. Our team has drafted
hundreds of petitions and we practice exclusively in Arizona, making us very familiar with the local rules
and exemptions which helps ensure that you never pay more than you have to.