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Eliminating Credit Card Debt In Arizona

Arizona residents may have discovered during the recession that, in difficult times, it can be easy to accumulate credit card debt. In an online poll, one in five Americans said that they believed that having a balance on a credit card every month was a responsible way to manage finances. However, if a debt is […]

Debt Management Tips for 30-Somethings

U.S. Census Bureau data indicates that the age group carrying the highest debt load in America is those aged 35-44. In fact, the group has a median debt of $108,000, 25 percent higher than the second highest most indebted age group. Because of this large debt load, many Arizona residents may be considering taking a […]

401(k) In A Personal Bankruptcy

Arizona residents may be surprised to learn that a 401(K) is considered a protected asset in a bankruptcy. A protected asset is one that does not become part of the bankruptcy estate and is not considered an asset of the filer. Someone with less credit card debt than the amount of a retirement account can […]

Arizona Real Estate – Tender of Funds Necessary to Complete Trustee Sale

  Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorneys and people wanting to file bankruptcy need to be aware that a trustee sale on real estate is not complete in Arizona until the actual tender of funds occurs.  The tender of funds is another way of saying the actual funds are delivered from the buyer to the bank (or other […]

Chapter 7 Or Chapter 13 For Homeowners

Arizona residents may be confused or misinformed about how owning a home affects their choice of filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Some may assume that home ownership automatically disqualifies them from filing a Chapter 7. It is usually the equity rather than the home itself that disqualifies them, however.   […]

Filing Chapter 13 May Not Eliminate Secondary Loan Debt

During the credit crunch of the last few years beginning in 2008, many homeowners in Arizona took out home equity or other secondary loans to make ends meet. Even with such measures, many people have still faced financial challenges and have had to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The Chapter 13 option to get out of […]

Medical Debt Outpaces Credit Card Debt as Bankruptcy Cause

Arizona residents may be surprised to discover that credit card debt is not the number one reason people file for bankruptcy. A recent study done by NerdWallet Health analyzed data from the Centers for Disease Control, the federal court system and the U.S. Census. The group discovered that medical debt now outpaces credit card debt […]

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