The law firm of McGuire Gardner P.L.L.C. has announced the commencement of bankruptcy and foreclosure seminars to assist individuals in difficult financial situations understand their legal rights under federal bankruptcy law.


Clients, potential clients, and general members of the public are invited to these educational seminars.  Topics to be discussed will provide answers to the following questions, along with a question and answer session at the conclusion of the seminar: 


What types of bankruptcy are available?

What type of bankruptcy fits my financial situation?

Is bankruptcy legal, ethical, moral?

Who may file bankruptcy?

What assets can I keep if I file bankruptcy?

What debts can I discharge (eliminate) in bankruptcy?

What will my creditors receive if I file bankruptcy?

Will bankruptcy allow me to keep my house?

Will bankruptcy allow me to catch up on my house payments?

What may I transfer or sell prior to filing bankruptcy?

If I intend to file bankruptcy, what debts can I stop paying?

If I intend to file bankruptcy, what debts should I continue to pay?

What is the bankruptcy process?

Will I have to go to court?

How long will it take to complete a bankruptcy case?

What does a bankruptcy cost?

How do I pay for my bankruptcy if I am already broke?

How do I get started with a bankruptcy?



            To reserve your seat at the next bankruptcy seminar, please call (928) 225-2597, or call us today to set up a free personalized consultation regarding your individual case.  For more information about the seminars, or to learn about our firm and get answers to your questions about bankruptcy, visit our Website