Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyer

Get the fresh start you deserve!

JW Bankruptcy TeamIt can be hard to ask for help during this difficult time. A qualified bankruptcy attorney in the Mesa area can help you escape the pain of debt, end creditor phone calls and secure a bright financial future.

We’ve helped thousands of individuals smoothly navigate the bankruptcy process and get the fresh start they deserve. We’re now offering $0 down Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy services to clients throughout Arizona.

Call us at (480) 690-1283 to learn how we can help you today.

File Your Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy for $0 Down

We’ve helped thousands of Arizona families deal with serious debt problems. But, until recently if you were needing to file a Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy you had to figure out come up with a significant legal fee to get your case filed and your debt collectors stopped.

Now, we are able to offer Arizona families and individuals immediate debt relief by filing your Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy for little or $0 down and then small monthly payments after the bankruptcy case is filed.

Why is this a big deal? Because it is the filing of your chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy that will allow you to:

  • stop wage garnishments
  • stop home foreclosures
  • stop bank levies
  • stop debt collection lawsuits and letters
  • stop debt collection phone calls 

The filing of your bankruptcy case gives you all the power and allows you to immediately get on track to eliminating your debt once and for all.

Meet John Skiba, your bankruptcy lawyer.

John Skiba

Bankruptcy Attorney

John Skiba joined the firm in 2021 as a Shareholder, and practices in the area of consumer bankruptcy, debt counseling and debt collection lawsuit defense.

John has counseled more than ten thousand families regarding their finances and the stress that accompanies overwhelming debt through his practice of consumer bankruptcy, debt counseling and debt collection lawsuit defense.

John takes great pride in assisting families, and individuals with the best solution to solve their debt problems. To learn more about how John and JacksonWhite Law can help you navigate the bankruptcy process, call us today at (480) 464-1111.

Debt Collection Defense

Third-party debt collectors have the right to contact you to negotiate a payment plan, but they do not have the right to harass you. Attorney John Skiba can help you with your debt collection defense.

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Why hire John Skiba for Your Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy attorney John Skiba has helped hundreds of families recover after financial setbacks. Here are some of the most common reasons clients work with John.

  1. Minimized losses. We can help you structure your bankruptcy to protect as many assets as possible and discharge the right type of debt to best benefit you.
  2. Fresh start. There is nothing more liberating than a fresh start. Our attorneys and talented staff can take away the burden and stress of debt and help you restart your financial life.
  3. Competitive fees. If you’re already dealing with bankruptcy, the last thing you need is another big expense. At JacksonWhite, we offer competitive fees, $0 down chapter 7 bankruptcy, and payment plans without sacrificing quality.
  4. Knowledgeable team. We know everything there is to know about bankruptcy. Our talented team is top-notch, skilled and experienced.
  5. Personalized attention. You deserve more than feeling like just another number on a list of bankruptcy cases. At JacksonWhite, we give each case individual, personalized attention.
  6. Timely assistance. When your finances are in trouble, time is of the essence. We get the job done quickly and efficiently so you can get back on your feet as soon as possible.
  7. Informative resources. Worried that you’ll feel left in the dark during the bankruptcy process? Our goal is to keep you 100% informed every step of the way.
  8. Free, no-obligation consultations. The last thing you need is another expense. That’s why we are willing to wave our fees for a free consultation with a qualified attorney.

Frequently Asked Bankruptcy Questions

No. While filing for bankruptcy does affect your credit, depending on what chapter of bankruptcy you file, it will only stay on your credit for a certain amount of time. For instance, if you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, it stays on your credit for ten years. If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, however, it stays on your credit for seven years.

On the surface, a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy appears much more attractive than a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a much shorter process and you don’t have to pay any of your creditors back. A 13 is longer and you are required to make a monthly payment. So why would anyone choose a Chapter 13? The primary answer is Chapter 13 may be the only option. If you make too much money to qualify for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy the alternative is usually a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.

In most cases, you can keep your house if you file for bankruptcy provided the equity in your house is exempt and you can keep the payments current. You have a right to file bankruptcy and it is not a breach of the home loan agreement. In Arizona, you are allowed to keep up to $100,000 equity in your home, with Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, while eliminating most or all of your debts. If you have more than $100,000.00 equity in your home, perhaps consider Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and still keep your home.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a liquidating bankruptcy. This means that if you have assets that you own free and clear of any liens, the bankruptcy court can seize those assets and auction them off to pay your creditors. The good news is most assets are considered exempt under Arizona and federal law. This means that even though you own a particular asset outright, it will be protected during the bankruptcy process.

We are able to offer Arizona families and individuals immediate debt relief by filing your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for little or $0 down and then small monthly payments after the bankruptcy case is filed. Our consultation for Bankruptcy is always FREE.

Get your free, no-obligation consultation.

Call (480) 464-1111 or fill out our contact form to schedule your consultation today.