When filing bankruptcy in Arizona, Chapter 7 bankruptcy forums like to appear helpful, but really cannot provide you with reliable information. When you are thinking about declaring personal bankruptcy or want to enter bankruptcy protection, you need specific information about your case from someone who is an expert on bankruptcy law.
In forums, it's difficult to know where the information came from or who is really answering your questions. If you find a top-notch forum, you may actually have a bankruptcy lawyer answering your questions. But may also be a lawyer's assistant or paralegal answering questions under the name of a lawyer. A few sites may even have people with no legal experience at all answering questions and some even posing as lawyers to get you hooked on their website.
If you have questions about Arizona and Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a forum is more likely to confuse you than help you, because different people on the forum are likely to give you different answers based on their personal experiences. Instead, you should seek the counsel of a qualified bankruptcy attorney who will review your case thoroughly.
A Better Solution In Arizona Than Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Forums: Jeffrey P. Judge's Consultation
In order for any lawyer to give you accurate, reliable advice about bankruptcy, he or she has to review the circumstances of your case in detail. You don't want to reveal those details in a public forum on the internet. Instead you need to meet in person with a lawyer who is willing to spend adequate time understanding your situation and can give you bankruptcy advice specific to your circumstances.
Jeffrey P. Judge is an expert in bankruptcy law and has been practicing law in Arizona since 1994. He takes the time to thoroughly review your circumstances, looking over your financial records and discussing your needs to determine what is truly in your best interest. Bankruptcy is not the right answer for everyone. Different situations require different types of bankruptcy. Mr. Judge offers a free consultation to anyone considering declaring personal bankruptcy to help you answer these kinds of questions.