• 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 >
  • Your Rich Uncle Is About To Expire? Think Twice About Bankruptcy!

    Friday, September 16, 2016

    Everybody loves their rich uncle. And awful lot of us love him even more when he’s dead. That’s right – we just said what you were all thinking. I mean, he’s a fun guy and all, but fun don’t pay the rent. But an inheritance sure does! There’s even... Read more >
  • Filing for Bankruptcy? Don’t Just Give it Away Part 2

    Thursday, September 8, 2016

    In part 1 we saw how certain assets are not protected when you file for bankruptcy. We discussed a couple of common strategies that people attempt when filing for bankruptcy. In part 2 we shall see how those ideas are just plain crazy, and we will learn the right... Read more >
  • Filing for Bankruptcy? Don’t Just Give it Away Part 1

    Thursday, August 18, 2016

    When you file for bankruptcy (especially chapter 7 bankruptcy), you don’t get to keep absolutely everything you want. Certain assets just aren’t protected. For example, let’s say you are single and you own two vehicles. Both cars are paid off. The court is only going to allow you to... Read more >
  • Do You Really Want to File the World’s Cheapest Bankruptcy?

    Monday, July 25, 2016

    You’ve probably seen advertisements in town for “The World’s Cheapest Bankruptcy!” Usually they are around 200 bucks – depending on where you live. How can bankruptcy be so cheap? How can other attorneys charge thousands of dollars for the same thing I can get for $200? First of all,... Read more >
  • Erin Andrews’ Peeping Tom Is Not Protected by Bankruptcy

    Thursday, July 14, 2016

    Who doesn’t like Erin Andrews? She’s so spunky, funny, witty, and just so darn tall to boot. She’s been on ESPN for years and loves to talk about sports, so that makes her especially popular with a lot of the guys out there. Unfortunately, maybe just a little too... Read more >
  • Money in Checking and Savings? Be Careful When You File for Bankruptcy!

    Friday, July 8, 2016

    There’s nothing better than having tons of money in the bank. Who doesn’t want that? Of course, if you had tons of money in the bank, you probably wouldn’t be reading about bankruptcy. But what about just a little bit of money in a checking account? Surely you can... Read more >
  • Bankruptcy – Where You Live Can Make a Difference

    Wednesday, June 29, 2016

    The United States is a big country. We have arguably the most diverse landscape and mix of people in the world. Do you like a certain climate? We’ve got it. Do you like a certain lifestyle? We’ve got that too. And we have the freedom to pick and choose... Read more >
  • Things Are Looking Brighter for PacSun Since Filing for Bankruptcy

    Friday, June 24, 2016

    There was a time in the 1980s where practically every suburban teen and pre-teen male wanted to be a surfer. It didn’t matter if he lived in Kansas (thousands of miles from the nearest ocean), or in Ocean Beach, San Diego. Being a surfer was cool. Wearing Vans on... Read more >
  • Filing For Bankruptcy – Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents Poor Performance

    Monday, June 6, 2016

    Filing for bankruptcy is surprisingly easy – when you file with an attorney that is. Filing on your own is a nightmare wrapped in a headache smothered in an aneurism. There’s so much law to learn, so many mistakes to make, and so much money and assets to lose.... Read more >