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Blog Posts in July, 2012

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  • Elderly Americans struggling with mortgage, facing foreclosure
    Elderly Americans struggling with mortgage, facing foreclosure

    The past few years have been difficult for Arizona homeowners, with the housing market collapse and the recession. Among the hardest hit are older generations, with the AARP reporting that more than ...

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  • Student credit card use is major decision for Arizona families
    Student credit card use is major decision for Arizona families

    To obtain a credit card, The Credit Card Act states that a user under the age of 21 should either submit proof of income to repay credit card debt or have a qualified co-signor. As the law makes it ...

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  • Evander Holyfield's $14 million mansion is foreclosed
    Evander Holyfield's $14 million mansion is foreclosed

    Back in May, we discussed the fact that financial troubles plague many athletes despite their million-dollar contracts in the post "Athletes filing for bankruptcy to ease financial burden." Like some ...

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  • New rules may mean lower medical bills for some in Arizona
    New rules may mean lower medical bills for some in Arizona

    Readers of the Mesa, AZ, Bankruptcy Law Blog may have read the post "When unexpected events cause debt, consider bankruptcy filing," which discussed the turmoil that unexpected events can cause on ...

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  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy is one option to deal with credit card debt
    Chapter 13 bankruptcy is one option to deal with credit card debt

    Arizona residents who are about to embark on their next shopping trip with credit card in hand may not be aware of the Christian Science Monitor report that the average household in the country ...

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