Blog Posts in April, 2012

  • Student loan debt troubling many young Arizona graduates

    Readers of our Mesa Bankruptcy Law Blog may remember an earlier post about the push to discharge student loans in personal bankruptcy. Now we are learning that more and more college graduates are electing to delay getting married or having children due to their piling debt. Many do not have the finances to support a family, with much of their wages going to repay their college loans. With more ...
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  • Mesa residents can rebuild financial life after bankruptcy

    Arizona residents struggling with debt from increasing bills may be hesitant to face the stigma associated with filing for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Such people commonly fear future rejections for financial services such as credit cards or checking accounts. However, Arizona residents may not be aware that more than 1.4 million Americans filed for bankruptcy in 2011, amid ...
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  • Arizona homeowners focus on improving lines of credit

    In Arizona and across the nation, residents continue to face difficult decisions when it comes to their personal finances. Whether defaulting on lines of credit or filing for bankruptcy, priorities have changed radically in the past few years. According to a research director at credit reporting agency TransUnion, mortgage defaults played an important factor in this shift. In states where home ...
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