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  • Credit Cards After Bankruptcy

    Monday, July 9, 2018

    Credit cards after bankruptcy. That sounds like a great title for a bankruptcy article, or a credit card article. But like much good literature, let’s start with a poem. Credit Cards The bane of our existence The expeditor of our dreams and mortgagor of our future The sheer mockery... Read more >
  • Claire’s Files for Bankruptcy and Earlobes Everywhere Rejoice

    Monday, May 14, 2018

    To an earlobe, Claire’s is a sadistic torturer. Over the years, how many innocent dangling ear parts have been subject to wonton and unwanted cruelty all in the name of physical adornment? Not only has Claire’s perpetually condoned the practice, but it has encouraged and promoted it, all the... Read more >
  • Department of Education May Make it Easier to Include Student Loans in Bankruptcy

    Sunday, March 18, 2018

    Death, taxes, and student loan debt. Guess which two of the three are completely unavoidable? Having a hard time? It’s probably because they are all, virtually unavoidable. Why do I say virtually? Well… depending on your view of religion and the afterlife, there have been or may be some... Read more >
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    Tuesday, January 16, 2018

    Unless you were one of those kids (and you probably turned out to be a lawyer when you grew up), chapters were not something to get too excited about. Chapter books were just a clever way to move you from reading awesome books full of colored pictures to tedious,... Read more >
  • When Black Friday Comes

    Monday, November 20, 2017

    It’s that time of year again. I know we are all supposed to be thinking about Thanksgiving. That brief time of gratefulness between the Pilgrims and the Indians is a core historical moment for Americans everywhere and it gives us reason to celebrate. America is the third most populous... Read more >
  • Is Toys R Us Facing Bankruptcy?

    Monday, October 16, 2017

    Geoffrey the giraffe is not happy. In fact, none of us who are a kid at heart are happy. Do you remember the lyrics to the song? “I don’t wanna grow up, I’m a Toys R Us kid There’s a million toys at Toys R us that I can... Read more >
  • Is Bankruptcy Right for Me? – Meyer Law, P.C.

    Monday, September 11, 2017

    Is Bankruptcy Right for Me? Before we go any further, it’s important to keep in mind that the person who can best answer this question is an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Most reputable attorneys will offer a free consultation, so the only cost to find out if bankruptcy is right... Read more >
  • Takata Airbag Bankruptcy – Meyer Law, P.C.

    Wednesday, July 26, 2017

    Takata Airbag Bankruptcy Have you ever been in a serious car accident? What’s better than your face and body slamming into your windshield and steering wheel? What’s better than a thin,  polymer-fabric belt separating you from crushing glass, plastic, and steel? How about an exploding bag of air? Wouldn’t... Read more >
  • Why do so many clients refer their friends and family members to Meyer Law?

    Wednesday, June 21, 2017

    Our Affordable Fees The first consultation is always free All we do is bankruptcy and we do it well We provide instant answers to all of our clients’ questions With 6 Phoenix area offices located in Phoenix, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Peoria, Surprise, and Queen Creek, meeting with us is easy... Read more >
  • Cheap Bankruptcy? You Get What You Pay For

    Tuesday, May 30, 2017

    Once there was a barbecue restaurant. It’s closed now, but back when it was open years ago tucked away in the corner of nowhere they hung a sign above the counter. That sign said “Good food ain’t cheap and cheap food ain’t good.” It’s probably the reason the proprietor... Read more >
  • RadioShack Is Filing for Bankruptcy for the Second Time in two Years

    Wednesday, April 5, 2017

    RadioShack Is Filing for Bankruptcy for the Second Time in two Years Someone once said, “everything that’s old is new again,” or at least something to that effect. But when it comes to bankruptcy, sometimes something new is new again. And that’s the case for RadioShack. Here at Meyer... Read more >
  • Filing Bankruptcy in Arizona

    Monday, February 27, 2017

    Filing Bankruptcy in Arizona Bankruptcy law is a federal system so it’s similar throughout the country. Federal law controls most of what happens when you file a bankruptcy case. However, each state is allowed to ad its own spin to bankruptcy, such as what assets you can protect, or... Read more >
  • Could Dallas Be the Next big City to File for Bankruptcy?

    Wednesday, January 4, 2017

    Could Dallas Be the Next big City to File for Bankruptcy? When you think of Dallas, you certainly don’t think of a city that’s hurting for money. Everyone remembers Larry Hagman as J. R. Ewing. He sure lived the opulent life. There’s something oddly endearing about the grotesque and... Read more >
  • Arizona Bankruptcy Exemptions

    Wednesday, December 7, 2016

    Bankruptcy Is an Easy Tool to Eliminate Debt When you file for bankruptcy with an attorney, it’s really easy. There’s little work you have to do. You’ll have to fill out some easy paperwork and provide some documentation to your attorney and to the court (such as bank statements... Read more >
  • The Arizona Bankruptcy Court

    Wednesday, October 12, 2016

    The Arizona Bankruptcy Court Bankruptcy was established in the United States by the original version of the US Constitution. If the founding fathers included it in one of our original documents, it’s safe to assume that they felt bankruptcy was critically important to the new United States of America.... Read more >