Adams & Martin Group is seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney for our client, a reputable law firm in Mesa, Arizona. This is an IN-OFFICE role. Must live locally. Full-Time, permanent opportunity.
You MUST have a minimum of 2 years of experience practicing Bankruptcy law (ideally with both Chapter 7 & Chapter 13) as an Attorney. There is no flexibility here as they are unable to train an attorney from scratch. They are looking for an Associate who can grow with the firm.
Job Duties will include, but not limited to:
As a Bankruptcy attorney, you will be required to make a host of critical decisions from filing straight through to the time the debts are discharged and the bankruptcy procedure concludes. You should be able to work through dizzying maze of decisions for your client, paperwork and procedure that marks a bankruptcy filing, whether it is a chapter 7 or chapter 13.
You will work with clients to help with Chapter 7 & 13 options and will involve you examining the size and makeup of the debt, the assets they are willing to risk in a bankruptcy, and their ability to repay their debts or a portion of their debts, among many other considerations.
During the filing process, you will help you gather and prepare the necessary paperwork, make sure correct documents are filed and the bankruptcy is in motion, ensure any additional documents are filed, and respond to necessary deadlines on time.
Bankruptcy requires court hearings, including a meeting with creditors. You should have a deep knowledge of local court procedures and the bankruptcy trustees in your region.
If you have the requisite experience listed above, please apply to today! Your profile will be reviewed by the team and if qualified, someone will reach out to you to set up an interview!
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