Our Arizona Bankruptcy Newsletter, February 2012, is now available for you to read online. Here are the highlights!
Are you a small business owner struggling with debt? Then this article is a must-read. We discuss 7 ways in which a Chapter 7 Liquidation bankruptcy provides financial solutions for the small business debtor.
If you’ve ever wondered how people get themselves into tax trouble with the IRS, we have a couple of Connecticut cases to illustrate. Not only will you be amazed at how “clever” some tax evaders think they are, you’ll see for yourself that, for tax crimes, the punishment can be significantly more painful than a mere slap on the wrist.
We have our cell phones, smartphones, and tablets. We spend time on Facebook, sharing the details of our lives with friends and family. We’ve all read about the accidents caused by distracted drivers who texted while operating a vehicle. But would you expect your physician to text a message during surgery? Would you believe that 55% of surveyed medical technicians admitted to using a cell phone while on the job during heart surgery? Be prepared for some disturbing medical trends in this article about distracted doctors.
Just when you thought you’d heard it all, you read about another criminal defense case revolving around tax evasion. Only in this article, it was an Ohio attorney and a New Jersey financial planner who thought they’d get away with their novel, albeit illegal, tax schemes.
Just about everyone here in Arizona has used a space heater to take the edge off that evening or early morning winter chill. Space heaters are a handy appliance, but they need to be in good operating order to be safe. Take a moment to read our consumer safety tips for space heaters, and protect your family from injury and your home from damage.
When you have debt relief questions regarding bankruptcy or unpaid back taxes, call the Pew Law Center at (480) 745-1770 or send us an email. Our Arizona bankruptcy attorneys serve residents throughout the Valley and, at this law firm, there is no shame or blame.
Call (480) 745-1770 or fill out our contact form to get help from compassionate professionals. Stop worry and get help today.