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The mortgage crisis in Arizona.  Arizona business bankruptcies in Phoenix and throughout Maricopa county.  Home foreclosures in Avondale, Arizona. Plus, the energy crunch and high gas prices across America.  In today’s economy, more and more people are experiencing financial difficulties. The skilled Avondale bankruptcy law office of My AZ Lawyers, PLLC fully recognize the scope of these issues. We understand the financial setbacks plaguing many of our clients.

Our bankruptcy attorneys in Avondale, AZ are determined to help our clients identify and execute every possible option toward debt relief and return to solvency. We want to help alleviate the pressures you are experiencing, and help control issues of money and debt.

Contact our Avondale bankruptcy law office today and set up a free consultation with one of our experienced bankruptcy lawyers.  Let us get you on your way to a fresh financial start.  Same day appointments available in most cases.

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According to the 2013 Avondale Annual Report, “If you live in or move to Avondale, you’ll find a welcoming community that accepts you and will support you and your family. If you bring your business to Avondale, you will find an environment that will stimulate success…If you invest in Avondale, you have chosen a financially stable, well-run city that has proven to be a solid investment for the future.” At the base of the Estrella Mountains where the Agua Fria and Gila Rivers meet, Avondale is a 54 square mile city located 15 miles west of downtown Phoenix in Maricopa County, Arizona.  Due to the stable descending air and high pressure, the city experiences a large amount of sunshine and mild desert climate year round.

Some general statistics about this community: the estimated population is 83,420, with the average household size of 3.3, the average resident age 31.7, and the average household income: $64,289. Hispanic and White comprise most of the population (50.3% and 34% respectively).

As a city that supports education and  local business, Avondale “provides people…a place to fulfill their dreams.”  Some interesting numbers about the community proves that the city takes pride in their city.  There are 503 city employees who serve Avondale, 144 car seats were provided through education workshops, 2
$2.2 million in revenue was generated last year at the city court, $295,395 items were circulated by avondale public libraries, and 12 large-scale family friendly community events were hosted in Avondale, including parade and multi-day nature festival.  The most common industry here is Construction, and the most common occupation is Information and record clerks.

It’s no wonder Avondale, Arizona has more than 4,200 Facebook fans!  Aspiring to meet the needs of the city, which has 56 members on its 18 different boards, commissions, and committees, the city, in the past year, has resurfaced roads — equivalent to 37 football fields, 52,789 people were served at the Care 1st Avondale Resource and Housing Center, and residents take part in Landscape Water Conservation classes, attend the Avondale Education Summit, and participate in the city events.

How does this city show interest in community? In 2013, the city reached its 10th year in the recycling program, 2.1 billion gallons of water was treated at the water reclamation facility, 51 lbs of plastic bags were diverted from the waste stream through city recycling stations, just over 9,500 pounds of food was collected at the 5th annual School Spirit Holiday Food Drive, volunteers came together to paint 6 houses on Make a Difference Day, and through the Green Waste Pilot Program, 240 tons of waste was diverted from the waste stream.

The city is home to famous Phoenix International Raceway, where it holds NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and National Series races yearly. Avondale has a golf course/club, Corral West Horse Adventures,

Avondale has educational opportunities and health care for its residents. According to the Center for Digital Government, Avondale is the #1 Digital City Community in America.  The city is served by 6 elementary school districts, and 3 high schools, and 3 private elementary/middle schools. Hospitals near Avondale include: West Valley Hospital, Banner Estrella Medical Center, and Maryvale Hospital.  Avalon also has colleges / universities: The Universal Technical Institute of Arizona Inc., Estrella Mountain Community College, Southwest Skill Center-Campus of Estrella Mountain Community College, Empire Beauty School, and Maricopa Beauty College, LLC.

Avondale compared to Arizona state averages? Avondale is below average in unemployment, significantly above average in Hispanic population, below average in the median age, and above average in the number of college students.

*source: “Avondale 2013 Annual Report” www.avondale.ci.avondale.az.us/

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When you are ready to take positive action toward getting out of debt, you should consider hiring an experienced bankruptcy lawyer from the Peoria bankruptcy law office of My AZ Lawyers, PLLC.   We offer low cost debt relief in Peoria, Arizona.

Our bankruptcy attorneys and staff have years of experience and have filed hundreds of consumer bankruptcy cases in Peoria, Surprise, Avondale, and Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona.  We assist individuals, couples, and businesses in Peoria, Arizona file for chapter 7, chapter 11, and chapter 13 bankruptcy protection.

Throughout the whole bankruptcy process, from your initial FREE consultation to the day that your debt is discharged, you will receive professional, compassionate, and dedicated service throughout the process of filing bankruptcy in Peoria, Arizona.

Our Debt relief experts understand how stressful life can become when you owe more than you can afford to pay back, and we do not believe that you should have to live this way. An experienced Peoria bankruptcy lawyer from our low cost bankruptcy law firm can help you find answers to your problems and give you the support and guidance you need.  Our dedicated bankruptcy staff will be with you every step of the way.

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About Peoria, Arizona

Peoria, a major suburb of Phoenix, is a city in Maricopa and Yavapai counties in Arizona. Peoria is currently the sixth largest city in Arizona for land area, and the ninth largest for population. The city got its name in the late 1880’s from early settlers who moved to this area from Peoria, Illinois in order to farm the land.  Incorporated in 1954, Peoria (it’s name is a corruption of the Illini word for “prairie fire”) is now larger in population than its namesake city in Illinois. In July 2008, Money magazine listed Peoria in its “Top 100 Places to Live.”

As one of the most desirable locations in the Grand Canyon state, Peoria has 160,000 residents. The Agua Fria River and New River flow through Peoria. The New Waddell Dam holds back Lake Pleasant in the northern end of the city. On the northern end of Peoria are mountains and hills including Sunrise Mountain, West Wing Mountain, East Wing Mountain, Calderwood Butte, Cholla Mountain, White Peak, Hieroglyphic Mountains, and Twin Buttes.

Statistical data about Peoria:  the median age its residents is 38 years old, and the estimated median household income (2011) is $64,864. The majority of residents are white (73.9%) followed by Hispanics (17.0%). The most common industry is construction, and the most common occupation is other protective service workers.
The city’s population is 25.0% college educated and 89.9% have a high school diploma or a GED. Of the city’s population 48.0% are males and 52.0% are women.
42.8% of people in Peoria, AZ are single and 57.2% are married. As of the last census, the Peoria, AZ unemployment rate of 6.3% was better than the 7.9% national average. The median worker income in Peoria, AZ is $35,821.
Typical commute times differ throughout the city. However, overall 46.8% of works commute under 25 mins daily, 33.5% commute 25-45 mins, and 19.7% have a commute greater than 45 minutes. The poverty rate for Peoria, AZ is 6.8%.

Located in the Peoria 83 (P83) Entertainment District, Arizona Broadway Theatre is a professional fine dining theater performing Broadway shows. The Center for the Performing Arts is located in the City’s Old Town area and is the stage home of Theater Works, a nationally recognized community theater. The Peoria Center for Performing Arts is a $13 million facility that was part of a downtown revitalization project.  The Center brings community theatre, youth Readers Theater program, and special events throughout the year.

The Peoria Sports Complex is the spring training home to the San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners. Peoria has 33 neighborhood parks and Rio Vista Recreation Center and Park, a 52 acre park and recreation facility, and Pioneer Community Park, which is an 84 acre recreational area.  The New River Trail offers both a desert and water experience; Peoria has over 25 miles of trails.  Just north of Peoria is Lake Pleasant and Lake pleasant Regional Park.

Peoria is also home to the Challenger Space Center, a facility over 20,000 square feet in size, which offers simulated space missions and other educational experiences.

Providing education and training from business to medicine, Peoria has higher education opportunities:  Trine University, ASU’s West Campus, the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and Midwestern University.  The majority of the city is in the Peoria Unified School District, the third largest school district in Arizona, rated in the top 17% of the 1,500 top-ranking schools nationwide. Peoria has four public high schools, 22 elementary schools, and private elementary / middle schools.

In January, 2010, Stirling Energy partner company Tessara Solar completed the 1.5 MW Maricopa Solar power plant in Peoria. The power plant is comprised of 60 SES SunCatchers, large, tracking, concentrating solar power (CSP) dish collector that generates 25 kilowatts (kW) of electricity in full sun. Each of the 38-foot-diameter collectors contains over 300 curved mirrors (heliostats) that focus sunlight onto a power conversion unit, which contains the Stirling engine. The dish uses dual-axis tracking to follow the sun precisely as it moves across the sky.

There are numerous properties in the city of Peoria which are considered to be historical and have been included either in the National Register of Historic Places or the listings of the Peoria Register of Historic Places.  Historic buildings in Old Town Peoria and the Palo Verde Ruin include: The Peoria Central School, Edwards Hotel, and the Peoria Jail House.

Peoria has several top ten ranks on the list of “Top 101 cities with…” including:
#2 on the list of “Top 101 cities with the hottest summers (all rankings of population 50,000+)”, #4 on the list of “Top 101 cities with the highest daily high temperatures,” #6 on the list of “Top 101 cities with the largest percentage increase in population in the 1990s,” #6 on the list of “Top 101 cities with the highest average sunshine amount,”#7 on the list of “Top 100 cities with newest houses,” #9 on the list of “Top 101 cities with largest percentage of females working in industry: Lumber and other construction materials merchant wholesalers,” and #9 on the list of “Top 101 cities with largest percentage of males working in industry: Utilities.”

 

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