Blog Posts in May, 2013

  • After a bankruptcy has been discharged

    Some Arizona residents struggling with their finances may be hesitant to make the decision to declare personal bankruptcy, even though they are aware of the potential benefits of bankruptcy in termsthe form of their ability to wipeing out most bills, ending creditor harassment and even halting foreclosure proceedings. Many people may fear that after filing for bankruptcy, whether it is under ...
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  • What's the difference between Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy?

    Financially strapped Arizona residents may be aware that they have several options when it comes to bankruptcy. They can file for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13bankruptcy, but they may not be aware of the differences between the two. When making such an important decision, it is important for potential filers to perform a thorough search and have all the relevant information in front of them. ...
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  • Consumer debt slashed, but college loan payments down

    The good news is that younger people with college loans have slashed other forms of debt, such as mortgage payments or credit card bills. However, the share of student loan borrowers falling behind on loan repayments has gone up at the same time. This means that even though student loan borrowers have cut total debt, many are still unable to keep up with college loan repayments. Arizona residents ...
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  • Model filed for bankruptcy, cited medical professional as debtors

    Financial troubles can arise for many reasons, as Arizona residents may be aware. Debt can come in the form of medical expenses, credit card bills, mortgage payments or loan repayments. Regardless of the form, however, overwhelming bills can leave debtors struggling and it may come as a relief to know that filing for personal bankruptcy can go a long way in wiping out their debts and taxes. A ...
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