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A Full Service Firm Representing Clients Throughout Arizona

ARIZONA BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS

DO YOU NEED TO FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY?

Are you facing creditor harassment or a pending garnishment?  Or perhaps, you have been holding on to debt for too long and are ready for a fresh start?  If these situations apply to you, then bankruptcy might be an option.

The Attorneys at Bellah Perez, PLLC Provide Competent Bankruptcy Representation

Bellah Perez, PLLC offers full service representation in debt resolution including, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and debt negotiation.  If you choose Bellah Perez as your bankruptcy representation, you can be assured that you will have an attorney by your side every step of the way.

Our bankruptcy and debt resolution attorneys meet personally with each potential client to assess their financial situation and determine their best debt resolution option.  Once a bankruptcy petition is typed and prepared, clients will participate in a petition review with the attorney to go over the petition and confirm that their bankruptcy paperwork is thoroughly and diligently prepared.

After the petition is filed, each client will need to attend a 341 Meeting of Creditors. This is the one and only court appearance most bankruptcy filers will have. Although the hearing is straightforward, we understand that most of you have never been involved in a court proceeding and that this can be a very stressful event. It is important to have the attorney you met and consulted with be by your side.

Following the 341 Meeting of Creditors, we provide services to get you through to your bankruptcy discharge, including assisting with reaffirmations on secured debts, negotiating with bankruptcy trustees, responding to Motions for Relief from the Automatic Stay, and confirming Chapter 13 Plans.

If you are in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will receive your discharge within 3-5 months after filing. If you have filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the discharge will not be granted until after the completion of your Chapter 13 Plan, which is 3-5 years after filing. Regardless, of the time between filing and discharge, we make it our priority to aggressively represent you from the first step to the last.

Set up a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys today.
Contact Bellah Perez, PLLC at 602-252-9937.

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