File for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Tucson, AZ

Find Out in as Little as 30 Minutes That Your Financial Future Can be Even Better Than You HopedYou’d be surprised at how many people are in essentially the same situation you are.  Most of us are paycheck to paycheck, and as soon as a financial bump in the road comes our way, it slowly becomes a financial mountain the size of the Rockies.  If you’re facing creditor harassment, foreclosure, repossession, and wage garnishment, you can act now and in as little as a few days you can stop, delay, and overcome most or all of it.  Even if you’re not facing these situations, don’t do what so many people do, which is deplete their 401K or retirement accounts, their children’s college savings, or get a home equity line of credit in order to give money to their creditors only to discover that the situation you’re in wasn’t fixed and now you just gave away money to a bank or creditor who’s still pursuing you like a hawk and you’re never going to get that money back, even if you file for bankruptcy.
The Doug Newborn Law Firm is here to help.  In fact, that’s our motto.  Don’t panic – get ahead of your situation and get help by calling Doug Newborn Law Firm, PLLC, in Tucson, AZ.  Our attorneys and staff rely on specialized training and real-world experience to bring you relief through a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

We’ll dig into your financial situation to determine which bankruptcy option you qualify for and fully explain the difference between the two options.  Get your financial situation back on track with help from Doug Newborn Law Firm, PLLC. Schedule a consultation with a qualified legal professional today



Filing for bankruptcy is complicated.  From determining your qualifications through a means test to attending credit counseling both before and after you file, there’s more involved than simply filing the paperwork.  Fortunately, Doug Newborn Law Firm, PLLC, in Tucson, AZ, knows the ins and outs of the bankruptcy process.  Even if you don’t hire us, you should hire an attorney to take control of this process for you.  Don’t take our word for it, watch the video on this page to see an Arizona bankruptcy judge’s opinion on whether you should hire an attorney.