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Everyone here at Allegiant Law Group believes this website of articles and information will help you learn about the bankruptcy process in Arizona and answer many of your questions. As part of our mission to educate people about bankruptcy law generally, we offer these materials as a public service.

When you have a question or wish to communicate with us, please feel free to contact the firm directly. We welcome your calls, inquiries, e-mails, and letters. Because contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship, please do not provide or send any confidential information. Should you decide to hire our firm in the future and become a client, then the confidential information you provide your bankruptcy lawyer will be protected by the attorney-client privilege.

This website may be of general interest to you and a good resource. These materials – blogs, podcasts, articles, books, apps, commentary, videos, white papers, and the like – are for reference only, though. The general materials on our website are no substitute for specific legal advice from a lawyer. For specific legal advice, always consult a lawyer about your particular situation. Understand that your decision to access, use, or rely upon the information we have provided on this website does not create an attorney-client relationship with Allegiant Law Group or any of its attorneys.

We offer examples and case summaries on this website for purposes of introducing basic legal concepts and clarifying meaning. Although it’s possible that your situation may seem similar to one or more of these examples or cases, your circumstances are unique and will differ from those of others. Be mindful that specific facts and circumstances determine how each individual’s bankruptcy case proceeds in federal court.

Although we strive to keep the general information on our website reasonably current, the law is a changing thing. Always check for changes to current law and consult a qualified attorney about pertinent legal issues. New legislation creates statutes, amends existing ones, and repeals others. Courts of appeal interpret laws and may change how laws are applied in the future. Bankruptcy court rules and local court rules are routinely revised to address specific procedural and substantive issues. Because laws and rules are constantly changing, the materials on this website might not reflect today’s state of the law regarding a particular set of circumstances.

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