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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

What if my Bankruptcy makes my creditors angry?

Creditors are scary folks and aren't known to be understanding when your back is to the wall and you're stuck in dire straits. If they were, you would never need to consider Bankruptcy.

Speaking of which, people worry about how creditors will react when the word Bankruptcy is brought to the table. Will they release the hounds?! Will they stalk me in the streets?! Will they spring a trap door beneath my feet?!

Not exactly. In fact, that's pretty far from how they'll react. Let's discuss how Bankruptcy causes Creditors to evaluate you differently...

Monday, November 22, 2010

What does Bankruptcy mean to a Corporation?

Some might think that Bankruptcy rules change when a corporation steps up to file.

In some ways, they'd be absolutely right. In others, not so much.

Let's flesh a few of those details out as we discuss what Bankruptcy is like for a business as opposed to a consumer.

Filing for Bankruptcy forces you to think of the future

For young folks clearly too "immortal" to consider it and for older folks too young to be bothered with it, Bankruptcy is a thought provoking experience.

Retirement is something that happens to a lot of us. Or at least something we WANT to happen to a lot of us and we'd all like to ENJOY said retirement, so a well-planned and financially cushioned retirement is what we all hope to be stuck with.

But things happen. Bankruptcy happens. Why should Bankruptcy change your outlook on the future? Let's chat about that...

What will a Bankruptcy Trustee take from me?

First, become familiar with the Arizona Exemptions.

Let's discuss the Bankruptcy process and how the Bankruptcy Trustee will oversee the process...

What'll happen to my timeshare?!

People worry about their stuff. It's only natural because it's THEIR STUFF after all.

In Bankruptcy some things are harder to keep than others. Let's talk about Timeshares in a Bankruptcy.

What's going on with my case?

Bankruptcy is a stressful period in anyone's life and with that stress comes confusion and fear, so a frequent question that comes my way is: "What's the status on my Bankruptcy?"

Well, let's talk about that.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

You Might Want to Go Take a Look at My Old Fashioned Bankruptcy Blog: It Just Became a Top Bankruptcy Resource!

As you know, I have a bankruptcy blog, and I like writing about bankruptcy. It's the source of the discussions in these videos.

And recently somebody decided that my bankruptcy blog should get an award!

I always like awards!

Thank You To My Loyal Viewers For Making My Profile Number One!

This isn't a video; it's just a Thank You!

This week my Martindale Visibility Index went a little higher than before.

To Number One!

Now, that will change, because nobody stays Number One for anything for any period of time these days; we all seem to have our 20 minutes of fame, and then it becomes someone else's turn.

But here is my twenty minutes of fame, in electronic concrete:

Joseph C. McDaniel

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Joseph C. McDaniel: Lawyer with Joseph C. McDaniel, P.C.

Joseph C. McDaniel      

Joseph C. McDaniel is a Former Chair, Arizona State Bar Bankruptcy Section, and a Former Chair of the ABA Bankruptcy Committee for the GPS; rated AVVO 10, and Peer-Review rated AV, he is board-certified in Bankruptcy Law by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. At this time, his practice focuses primarily on debtor representation, ranging from simple to complex, including Chapter 7, 13, 12, and 11 cases.
Joseph C. McDaniel, P.C.
6245 N. 24th Parkway, Suite 112
Phoenix, Arizona  85016
(Maricopa Co.)

Telephone: 602-297-3025
Fax: 623-321-1562

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