For most individuals there are two common types of bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. In rare cases, an individual would consider filing a Chapter 11 or Chapter 12. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates most debts, and most people who file a Chapter 7 keep many of their assets and personal belongings. Some people have too much income or non-exempt assets to file Chapter 7. Those people may choose to file a Chapter 13 which involves making regular monthly payments for 3-5 years to pay back a portion of debts owed.
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WHO WE ARE
Catalyst Legal Group is a Phoenix-based law firm focused on civil matters including commercial civil litigation, bankruptcy and alternative dispute resolution, and criminal defense, including DUI representation.Learn More
WHAT WE DO
Catalyst focuses on being the solution to a problem. Generally, the solution is not based on time spent, but application of creative legal strategies designed to expedite resolution.Learn More
Why We're Different
Catalyst runs a client-focused law practice; we want our clients to feel that their questions and concerns are being resolved without worrying about the unknown cost of hourly fees.Learn More
Criminal charges, whether misdemeanor or felony, can be stressful and intimidating. At Catalyst Legal Group, our Criminal Defense attorneys will help you navigate the criminal justice system. We work hard to protect your rights every step of the way.
We offer the experience of former prosecutors, so Catalyst criminal defense lawyers know how the opposite side operates and what to expect. Additionally, we offer personalized service. You will always speak to a real person, never a machine, and you can meet with an attorney within 24 hours. Most importantly, we offer transparent flat fees— you will never receive a surprise bill from us.
Alternative Dispute Resolution, known simply as ADR, is any method of resolving a dispute other than litigation. Mediation, settlement negotiation, and arbitration are the most common methods of ADR. As court costs and the expenses of litigation continue to rise, the popularity of ADR has grown in step.