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Protecting Individual and Family Assets in Arizona

Stop the Madness

The phone rings incessantly but you have long ago stopped answering the phone because you are tired of rude and obnoxious collection agents.  The paycheck that once supported your family comfortably now is a shadow of what it once was as multiple creditors have garnished your wages.  Maybe you have arrived home only to be stalked by process servers trying to serve you with a lawsuit filed by a creditor. 

We know that ordinary folks who are conscientious and hard working often valiantly struggle to tread water paying minimum balances and robbing Peter to pay Paul only to sink deeper eventually falling behind on mortgage payments for the family home.  At the Scottsdale bankruptcy law firm of the Rosentein law group, we understand the stress and anxiety created by extreme financial hardship, which in many cases is both unpredictable and unavoidable.  We are committed to providing a financial life raft to those hopelessly drowning in debt in Scottsdale and throughout Arizona.

A Better Way

Our clients come to us because they are tired of living this way and desperately looking for a better way to cope with their financial challenges.  We have helped clients throughout Arizona escape the pressure and hopelessness of overwhelming debt that threatens a family’s financial future.  Our law firm can provide you with options to help you escape overwhelming financial nightmares.  We have helped people throughout Arizona seek bankruptcy relief by filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy to eliminate most unsecured debt including:

  • Credit Card Debt
  • Medical Bills
  • Unsecured Lines of Credit
  • Department Store Charge Cards
  • Gas Cards
  • Unsecured Personal Loans
  • Other Unsecured Debt

Many Arizona families are struggling to keep their family home, which is both their most valuable asset and the place that they raised their family.  Even if you are far behind on mortgage payments and facing foreclosure, our experienced Arizona bankruptcy attorneys may be able file a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and help you protect your home.  A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may permit you to make monthly payments over a 3-5 year period on your mortgage payment arrearages along with the current payments as they come due.

When Bad Things Happen to Good People

Far too many people in Arizona delay seeking legal advice when facing severe financial hardships.  This tendency to delay getting help is often born out of a sense of obligation to fulfill one’s financial responsibilities.  While this may be commendable, it also is somewhat misguided.  The sooner you seek legal advice regarding your debt the better the chance that you can obtain bankruptcy relief. 

Fifty years ago bankruptcy may have carried a negative connotation that subjected people to unfair negative stereotypes.  Today, CEOs, bank presidents, physicians and people from all occupations and walks of life have sought bankruptcy relief.  The right to file bankruptcy is an important right that our founding fathers had the wisdom and foresight to firmly root in the U.S. Constitution.  Everyone needs a fresh start sometimes, and bankruptcy was designed to provide a solution for those hopelessly buried under the weight of crushing debt.  People across Arizona may find themselves with unexpected circumstances that make bankruptcy an important option including:

  • Job loss
  • Serious family illness or medical condition
  • Unanticipated medical expenses
  • Loss of equity in one’s family residence
  • Drastic increases in mortgage payments

Candid Advice Provided in Understandable Terms

At the Rosenstein law group, we provide a thorough and candid assessment of our clients options in understandable down to earth language.  We can review your financial situation and analyze whether filing bankruptcy is right for you.  Our attorneys even may determine that you do not even need a bankruptcy or advice you of the bankruptcy chapter best suited for your individual needs.  Our knowledgeable and experienced bankruptcy attorneys and staff will carefully explain your rights and options so that you can make informed decisions regarding the best option to put you and your family on the road to financial recovery.

Our bankruptcy attorneys represent those seeking relief from burdensome debt across the State of Arizona in the following areas:

  • Scottsdale
  • Chandler
  • Gilbert
  • East Valley
  • Maricopa County
  • Mesa
  • Phoenix
  • Tempe
  • West Valley

Free Initial Case Evaluation with an Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyer

We understand you may be feeling anxious and worried so we are available to answer your questions and offer viable solutions.  When you need candid straightforward answers and effective solutions, we invite you to contact us 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 480-248-7666.  We are here to help you through this financial crisis so that you can put your life back on course to financial prosperity.

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Rosenstein Law Group
8010 E. McDowell Rd.
Suite 111

Scottsdale AZ 85257

Telephone: 480-248-7666
Fax: 480-946-0681

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Rosenstein Law Group in Scottsdale, serves clients from throughout Maricopa County, Pinal County, Pima County and nearby, in communities including Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Glendale, Chandler, Gilbert, Fountain Hills, Queen Creek, Casa Grande, Cave Creek, Anthem, Surprise and Buckeye.