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I don’t sell bankruptcy as a commodity. Why?

1. There are other options that may better fit the client’s situation.

2. The client may have personal reasons for choosing to deal with the debt before relying on bankruptcy.

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Paying for things you need is one of life’s little dilemmas. Paying for legal help in Bankruptcy is one of life’s larger dilemmas.

A bankruptcy client’s common refrain is, “how do I pay for a bankruptcy attorney when I can’t pay my bills?”

There are a number of ways to come up with the attorney fee, some are sensible, others are borderline ridiculous. Smashing your 10 year old child’s piggy bank just isn’t worth it in the long run.

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I have been counseling and representing clients with serious tax, consumer and business debt problems since 1996. During this time, I’ve developed some specific policies as follows:

1. Limited client numbers

Personalized attention can only happen when the numbers of clients a firm takes on is not more than the Attorney can personally “pay attention” to.

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We are attorneys in Mesa Arizona who enjoy writing about debt issues and representing local small businesses and individuals who are having serious tax, business related or consumer debt problems.

Most of our clients have serious income tax, payroll tax, failed business, medical or credit card debt and are facing IRS levy, lawsuits and sleepless nights.

We are able to help by personally and thoroughly reviewing their financial history, educating them about their best options to deal with the debt, and then helping them do so via Chapter 13 bankruptcy, chapter 7 bankruptcy, dealing with the IRS/Creditor directly, or a combination of bankruptcy and direct representation.

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