Around a month after you have initially filed your claim, you and those you owe will have a meeting. These are short proceedings, typically taking around five minutes total, during which your trustee will discuss the allocation of your assets to resolve the debts you owe. The trustee will also attempt to absolve you of some of your debts by making them dischargeable. If your creditors do not challenge your right to discharge the debts within 60 days, you will be absolved of those factions of your debts.
Make sure you have a skilled and caring Phoenix bankruptcy attorney at your side for these proceedings. Contact us today if you have questions about filing for bankruptcy in Arizona.