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  • Understand the difference between unsecured and secured debt
    Understand the difference between unsecured and secured debt

    One may think that all debt is equal and must be repaid to the creditors at the same pace and the same amount, but this is not true. Arizona residents may be surprised to hear that debt can be of two ...

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  • Filing for bankruptcy to avoid harassment, garnishment
    Filing for bankruptcy to avoid harassment, garnishment

    As Arizona residents get older, many have started planning their retirement. But a surprising new report by the Government Accountability Office reveals that debt among senior citizens has risen ...

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  • How soon are Arizona debts discharged after filing bankruptcy?
    How soon are Arizona debts discharged after filing bankruptcy?

    With financial problems come added issues of wage garnishment, creditor harassment, threat of foreclosure and asset forfeiture. Burdened by debt, Arizona residents may be desperate to take concrete ...

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  • Chapter 13 filing may prevent asset forfeiture
    Chapter 13 filing may prevent asset forfeiture

    Arizona residents struggling with debt may be aware that, in addition to the stress of paying off debt, they may also face creditor harassment, wage garnishment and fear of asset repossession. These ...

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  • Arizona bankruptcy filings drop in 2013
    Arizona bankruptcy filings drop in 2013

    Last year proved to be better in terms of bankruptcy filings across the country, with total bankruptcy petitions dropping by 13 percent compared to 2012. The drop in bankruptcies was reflected in ...

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  • What happens when Arizona residents can't pay bills?
    What happens when Arizona residents can't pay bills?

    With Black Friday sales behind Arizona residents, they may now be looking at their credit card bills and trying to remember why it is they bought so many things that they didn't need. Keeping up with ...

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