We take pride knowing that the Pew Law Center, PLLC, is the best choice in the metropolitan Phoenix area for consumer bankruptcy. Arizona residents seek the help of bankruptcy attorney Lawrence ‘D’ Pew for his outstanding representation and advocacy in their Chapter 7 (liquidation), Chapter 11 (reorganization), and Chapter 13 (individual debt adjustment) bankruptcy filings.
Residency Requirements for Bankruptcy: Arizona Presence Required
Not everyone who hopes to file for bankruptcy-Arizona will satisfy the residency requirements, but most individuals will not experience a problem. Before a bankruptcy petition is filed, the Pew Law Center team will establish whether filing for bankruptcy in the District of Arizona is proper or whether you will need to file in a different bankruptcy district. We will ask your a couple of simple questions during your FREE VIP Bankruptcy Consultation to establish the proper venue for your bankruptcy case:
1. To establish the existence of legitimate ties for bankruptcy-Arizona, have you had your domicile, residence, principal place of business, or principal assets in Arizona for the 180 days prior to filing? If your answer is Yes, then you have sufficient connections with Arizona for a bankruptcy-Arizona filing.
2. If your answer was negative to the preceding question, don’t panic – you have not been winnowed out for elimination. The next question the Pew Law Center team will ask you is: Have you lived in Arizona for the greater part of the 180 days (meaning 91 days or longer) prior to the bankruptcy-Arizona filing? If your answer is Yes, then we can still move forward with a bankruptcy-Arizona filing. If your answer is still No, then there may be a venue problem with filing bankruptcy-Arizona. In other words, you may be attempting to file in the wrong district.
Filing Petitions with the Clerk of the U.S. Bankruptcy (Arizona) Court
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona has three divisions. If you reside in Pinal County, for example, then your Arizona bankruptcy case would be assigned to the Tucson Division. This is what you need to know about our three divisions:
Bankruptcy-Arizona: Phoenix Division
The Phoenix Division includes Maricopa, Gila, Navajo, Apache, Coconino, Yavapai, and Gila Counties. The Phoenix Division is located in the U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building at 230 North First Avenue, Suite 101, Phoenix, Arizona, 85003. Telephone: 602-682-4000 or 800-556-9230.
Bankruptcy-Arizona: Tucson Division
The Tucson Division includes Pima, Pinal, Graham, Greenlee, Cochise, and Santa Cruz Counties. The Tucson Division is located in the James A. Walsh U.S. Courthouse at 38 South Scott Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, 85701. Telephone: 520-202-7500 or 800-556-9224.
Bankruptcy-Arizona: Yuma Division
The Yuma Division includes Yuma, La Paz, and Mohave Counties. The Yuma Division is located in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court at 325 West 19th Street, Suite D, Yuma, Arizona, 85364. Telephone: 928-783-2288 or 800-556-9227.
When you need debt relief, contact the Pew Law Center where there is no shame or blame. In consumer bankruptcy, Arizona residents get real solutions to out-of-control financial problems, incessant debt collectors, repossessions, wage garnishments, foreclosure actions, and creditor lawsuits. Call us at 480-745-1770 today and schedule your FREE VIP Bankruptcy Consultation with our founding attorney, Lawrence ‘D’ Pew.
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