Blog Posts in April, 2013

  • Bankruptcy and a debtor's rights against creditor harassment

    Arizona residents on the receiving end of ceaseless phone calls from debt collectors and ignored requests to stop communicating may feel helpless. Struggling with both their debt and unfair debt collection process is overwhelming, and debtors may not be aware that they have rights against the debt collectors. Losing control of finances is understandable given the current economic climate, and ...
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  • Plan for college early to avoid debt

    Choosing a college is perhaps one of the most difficult decisions for both Arizona parents and teenagers. Teenagers are touring their favorite colleges, looking at the campus, clubs, and courses available, whereas parents are trying to figure out how they can finance their children's dreams. Ensuring that a college education is financed properly is of utmost importance in these difficult economic ...
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  • What happens to a trust in bankruptcy?

    Arizona residents struggling with their finances may be hesitant to file for bankruptcy because they are afraid they will lose everything. They may not be aware that there is a long list of bankruptcy exemptions available to them, so they can generally regain control of their finances without losing control of assets that they have an emotional attachment to, such as a house, car and household ...
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  • Grammy award winning singer files for personal bankruptcy

    Financial difficulties can affect anyone -- athletes, actors, singers and even Arizona residents. These difficulties can arise for various reasons, including unexpected health problems, loss of job and mismanagement of finances. It was supposedly for the third reason that the Grammy Award winning singer Dionne Warwick filed for personal bankruptcy recently. Arizona residents may have heard of ...
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  • Bankruptcy can stop Arizona medical debt collections

    Just like credit card companies, hospitals sell debts to collection agencies when Arizona residents are unable to pay their medical bills. These debt collection agencies often come under scrutiny for their intrusive collection practices, including creditor harassment through continuous phone calls. As readers in the Mesa area may know, collection agencies sometimes even harass people through ...
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