In the Pew Law Center’s March 2013 – Arizona Bankruptcy Newsletter, Mr. Pew provides answers to questions about foreclosures and short sales, issues many Valley residents are concerned with. But that’s not all we have for you this month. Here’s a closer look at the inside pages:
What happens if the bank forecloses? That’s a question we hear from worried homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. In our lead article, you’ll learn about judicial foreclosure and non-judicial foreclosure, as well as Arizona’s anti-deficiency law.
A Pennsylvania man conspired to defraud the U.S. government by filing false tax returns under the identities of over 30 dead people. All while hiding his activities behind a Buckeye, AZ, shell company called Uncle Sam’s Tax Service.
In this new segment – Just Ask Mr. Pew – you’ll get an answer to this all important question. When is foreclosure, bankruptcy, or a short sale the best option? Just ask Mr. Pew!
Did You Hear? Botox, Not Just for Wrinkles Anymore
Botox has been found to help patients reduce the… Well, you need to read this article to find out what new medical uses doctors have found for botox.
A married Georgia couple went face-to-face with the IRS, sending obstructive and harassing materials, submitting fictitious financial instruments, and claiming to be “American citizens” who were not subject to U.S. income tax laws.
Learn how robotics and high-tech gadgetry are enabling Arizona’s seniors, keeping them safer, healthier, and happier.
Have you ever wondered whether back taxes can be discharged in a bankruptcy proceeding? The answer may surprise you. In this article we explain how Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy can wipe out qualifying federal income taxes. But even when taxes are not dischargeable in bankruptcy, the taxpayer may still negotiate more favorable payment arrangements with the IRS.
When you need assistance with bankruptcy, foreclosure, or tax problem resolution, reach out for help by contacting the Pew Law Center. Call our friendly legal team at (480) 745-1770 today.
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