Will I Lose My Home or Car?

Honest Answers to Your Important Questions About Bankruptcy

When someone comes to the Berkley Bankruptcy Attorneys for a free initial consultation, the first question that comes up is . . .

“Will I lose my home or car if I file for bankruptcy?”

The protections afforded by the bankruptcy laws will usually allow you to keep your home or your car. However, you must act swiftly. Experienced consumer bankruptcy attorney Martin J. Berkley can help.

For more than 30 years, Mr. Berkley’s counsel has provided instant debt relief for people just like you. For almost 20 of those years, he has practiced bankruptcy law exclusively. He knows the statutes and the complexities of the legal process.

Most information and horror stories you hear from your friends and relatives are usually wrong. The Berkley Bankruptcy Attorneys will clear up all of the myths surrounding bankruptcy. We separate the facts from the fiction and show you how to use Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to stay in your home, keep your car or truck, protect yourself from wage garnishment and escape creditor harassment.

All you have to do is call, right now, toll-free: 1-480-921-2993 for peace of mind and honest answers to your questions.

You Can Trust Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer Martin J. Berkley in Tempe

The state of Arizona allows its residence to protect a certain amount of property from loss to creditors in collections or bankruptcy. The property you are permitted to keep is called “exempt property”. For example, each individual is allowed to keep household goods totalling $4,000 ($8,000 for husband and wife). It is critical to complete a detailed inventory and analysis of all of your property before filing bankruptcy so that all “at risk” property may be identified. Only then can experienced attorney, Martin J. Berkley, provide an accurate opinion about your property. With your help, we will do everything we can to avoid having you liquidate, or turn over property to the bankruptcy trustee to satisfy your creditors’ claims. In most cases, our clients keep all of their property.

Other examples of Arizona exemptions include $150,000 in home equity, $5,000 equity per person for motor vehicles, wedding sets, guns and tools that you use for your job. Financial assets that are exempt include retirement benefits, pensions, and insurance policies.

You have every right to know what you are allowed to keep, and you need to know what you will be able to keep in order to determine the value of filing the bankruptcy. You can trust Martin J. Berkley to provide the professional guidance and personal service you need and deserve.

Don’t worry about a thing. Resume living. Put your foreclosure, repossession and financial fears behind you. Begin your comeback today. Contact the Berkley Bankruptcy Attorneys for your peace of mind.

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The number to call is 480-921-2993. We can also be reached by e-mail, and promptly return your messages.

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