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ARIZONA

Bankruptcy Attorneys

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BANKRUPTCY WILL HELP YOU

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Eliminate Credit Card Debt

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Eliminate Garnishments

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Lower Car Payments

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Eliminate Car Loans

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Restructure Tax Debt

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Eliminate Medical Debt

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Eliminate 2nd Mortgages

KIND AND COMPASSIONATE

BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS

No one ever starts out in life thinking they will file bankruptcy.  This is why so many who are in a financially difficult situation have a hard time deciding whether to file bankruptcy.  At Riggs Ellsworth & Porter our experienced Arizona Bankruptcy Attorneys understand the emotional stress surrounding financially trying times and will help you understand the complex bankruptcy laws.  Whether we end up helping you through the bankruptcy process, debt settlement or any other solution, our end goal is the same – to help you move forward with a peace of mind and on sound financial footing.

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YOU CAN TRUST

If you are in a situation where you are considering bankruptcy, you need a compassionate and knowledgeable attorney who can help you understand your options and whether bankruptcy is right for you. Our Arizona Bankruptcy Attorneys are dedicated to providing you with the best advice tailored to your individual needs.  We hold ourselves to the highest standard of representation as we assist individuals and families with their debt. Bankruptcy is not right for everyone, but it is a powerful tool in helping individuals achieve the financial and emotional relief they need.

Stripping Second Mortgages

There are so many people these days who are struggling to make ends meet because of the enormous debt on their home.  It is not entirely uncommon for these people to have a second and in some instances a third mortgage on their home. They love their home and don’t...

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Protected Property in Arizona Bankruptcy

There are two major misconceptions about bankruptcy and the property of the person filing bankruptcy. One line of thinking is that when you file bankruptcy you lose all of your property. The competing idea is that when you file you get to keep everything you own....

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