Was your life derailed by medical expenses? Did you lose your job? Did your marriage end in divorce? Are you struggling to make your mortgage payments? Have you been threatened by foreclosure on your home? Has your car been repossessed? Lawrence ‘D’ Pew, your Scottsdale bankruptcy attorney, represents people just like you who face life-changing debt problems including back tax liabilities, student loans, civil judgements, foreclosures, repossessions, credit card debts, and even landlord evictions.
If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you are not alone if you feel like this is the end of the world as you know it. A lot of people feel that sense of devastation when they declare themselves “bankrupt.” But in truth, it’s quite the opposite When you file for bankruptcy, what you actually end is the vicious cycle of overwhelming debt that takes control over your life and prevents you from having a better, brighter financial future.
There are many ways in which a bankruptcy is a positive thing for you. First and foremost, it puts an end to the harassment and phone calls from creditors. That, in itself, can dramatically improve the quality of your life. When you file for bankruptcy, debt collectors are required by the law to stop calling you.
A bankruptcy filing can actually help you boost your credit score. This is because people who are in debt are struggling to make ends meet and are unable to meet their financial monthly obligations. This sends their credit scores plummeting. Studies have consistently shown that people who choose bankruptcy have a higher credit score within a year after filing bankruptcy.
Filing can also stop repossession and foreclosure. This can help you keep precious property you may have worked all your life to acquire. Filing puts a 90-day stop to foreclosure and repossession activities and gives you extra time to figure things out. When you file Chapter 13, you will get significant extra time to catch up on past-due payments. Your options expand significantly.
Above all, filing can give you peace of mind and the fresh start you’ve craved for a long time. It gives you the time and the space to ponder about some of the choices you may have made and reorganize your life, priorities and finances. When you’re in debt, you cannot save for the future because you are paralyzed by fear and uncertainty. If this is you, filing for bankruptcy could be truly liberating.
The Pew Law Center combines bankruptcy with tax relief services. Clients receive unparalleled and affordable debt relief representation from Scottsdale tax attorney Lawrence ‘D’ Pew. Under the leadership of Mr. Pew, our accomplished Scottsdale tax lawyers strategize to minimize the taxes our clients’ owe. We accomplish this while protecting our clients’ assets from IRS tax liens and the government’s levy on taxpayer property.
We will prepare and file your tax returns for prior years and negotiate with the IRS on any back taxes that you may owe. If you are under investigation or facing an audit, your Scottsdale tax lawyer will advocate your legal position and protect your taxpayer rights before the IRS.
The Pew Law Center will consider every possible alternative to reduce your tax liability, including an offer in compromise, release of wage garnishment, request for penalty abatement, lien and levy release, or determination of currently not collectible status based on unavoidable financial hardship.
The moment you call on us, our debt relief team will respond to your inquiries in a dignified and respectful manner. No matter what circumstances led to the financial troubles you are now experiencing, no matter how long you’ve been struggling with debt or the IRS, at the Pew Law Center there is no shame or blame. We will resolve all of your debt issues, through bankruptcy and through tax advocacy, so you can once again have peace of mind.
To learn how our bankruptcy attorneys can make a difference in your life, contact the Pew Law Center to schedule a FREE Consultation with an experienced debt relief attorney. To get started, simply call (480) 745-1770 today and speak with a member of our legal team. We’ve helped countless Scottsdale citizens with their financial woes and are happy to help you as well.
Pew has been an awesome firm to work with. They are very sensitive, even through a bankruptcy that was complicated by a decision to divorce in the middle of it. They are rofessional and efficient, but equally personable and a joy to work with. I could not ecommend them more highly!
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