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Are Secret Accounts Really the Best Idea?
and especially child support. Many people are taking the necessary steps to prepare for their future in the event of a divorce. They are opening a separate account and hiding it from their spouse.
Who Gets the Debt: Divorce and Bankruptcy
Divorces can be very complex, especially when there are major financial obligations, property and debts to divide. The situation can get very messy when there is a huge financial loss at stake for one or both parties.
Bankruptcy and Zero Balance Credit Cards
You are looking to file for bankruptcy protection and you have a credit card with a zero balance. Do you have to include that credit card if you decide to file for bankruptcy? Find out! Filing bankruptcy in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona can be complicated.
All Debt is Not Created Equal
When filing for bankruptcy protection, not all debt is created equally. Regardless of whether you are filing under chapter 7 or chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code, whether a debt is secured or unsecured makes a huge difference in how that debt is treated by the bankruptcy court.
There Are Bankruptcy Laws That Can Shield Us
Some times people get to a point where they have actually taken on too much credit and become overpowered by the weight of too much debt, just keep in mind though that there are Murrieta Bankruptcy Attorney laws that can secure us.
Arizona Bankruptcy Filers Find Freedom From Second Mortgages Through Chapter 13
The recent real estate crisis has left a shocking 6.4 million Americans underwater in their mortgages.
Bankruptcy vs Debt Settlement
Sometimes bankruptcy is the best course of action and other times debt settlement may be a better solution. Below is a basic comparison of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and debt settlement.
How long can a creditor sue me for a credit card debt in Arizona?
A credit card company or collection agency has a set amount of time to file a lawsuit for an unpaid credit card known as the statute of limitations. In Arizona the deadline to file a lawsuit for an unpaid credit card debt is six years after the cause of action accrues.
What Happens If I Received a Statement of Claim?
A Statement of claim is a form that is used to sue someone in small claims court. Often it is used by debt collection companies to sue for credit card debt.
Ten Things Debt Collectors CANNOT Do
Ten Things Debt Collectors Cannot Do
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