Fountain Hills

Even “the best place to live in the Valley of the Sun” (Phoenix Magazine, 2009) has seen its share of economic hardship.  Residents of Fountain Hills, Arizona who are experiencing excessive debt need to call My AZ Lawyers.  You do have options if you have a mound of debt and cannot keep up or ahead with bills month after month. Your life can be impacted in many ways due to the stress and anxiety caused by financial burdens. If debt collectors and creditors are calling every day, or you are being threatened by wage garnishment, Fotor012810443repossession, or foreclosure, you can take control of your finances and get your life back!

Filing bankruptcy may be the answer to your brighter future, but it is important to look closely at your options.  Call My AZ Lawyers and set up your FREE consultation in order to discuss the possibilities to get you to your fresh financial start. My AZ Lawyers have helped clients in Fountain Hills from the beginning to the end of the bankruptcy process.  The experienced attorneys at My AZ Lawyers are experts in Arizona bankruptcy law and will help you to understand the potential benefits to filing bankruptcy by assessing your financial profile: your debts, assets, and income .

 

Fountain Hills is a town established in Arizona in 1970.

The centerpiece of the fountain_1town, Fountain Hills, is a fountain.  Built in 1970 by founder Robert McCulloch, the fountain sprays water for 15 minutes at the top of the hours.  The fountain sprays water 560 feet in the air.  At the time when it was built, it was the world’s tallest fountain, and had that honor for about a decade. The town was named after the towering man-made fountain (now the fountain is the world’s fourth tallest fountain). Each year the fountain is dyed green for St. Patrick’s day!

Over 100 pieces of publicly displayed artwork is displayed throughout downtown and on public buildings in Fountain Hills. 

Fountain Hills is located in Maricopa County. The area has a large amount of sunshine year round. The town has 3 great fairs: a local art fair, the Fountain Hills Great Fair, and the Thunderbird Artists’ Foundation Hills Fine Art and Wine Affaire. The town is neighbors to the McDowell Mountains and Scottsdale, AZ. 

Fountain Hills was named by Phoenix Magazine in 2006 as the “best place to live in the Valley of the Sun” and a “welcome oasis on the outskirts of a metropolis.” Business Week magazine (Feb 2009) also named Fountain Hills the “Best Affordable Suburb” in all of Arizona.

visit the official website of Fountain Hills, Arizona

 

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