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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Arizona: What You Need to Know

Home to Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona is known for its copper-mining towns, 11 species of rattlesnakes, and designated Native American lands. Arizona’s economy also is finding a second wind in recent years, though some residents may still be struggling with debt. One way to get out of debt is by filing bankruptcy. Most of…

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Credit Card Debt in Bankruptcy: The Basics

The Basics of Credit Card Debt and Bankruptcy In an economy where housing problems dominate the headlines, high interest credit cards still remain one of the largest issues consumers face in their fight for financial health. It should come as no surprise to learn then, that credit card debt is still one of the primary…

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How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy

I’m Deep in Debt, How Can I Avoid Bankruptcy? Let’s face it, no one wants to file for bankruptcy, however, in certain circumstances bankruptcy is the best solution for dealing with debt that has gotten of control.  In this post, we’ll provide some helpful tips for those of you who are dead set on avoiding…

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Three Common Bankruptcy Myths Debunked

Bankruptcy Misinformation To many, bankruptcy is a four letter word, an ethical nether region where you mustn’t have your passport stamped upon entry. However, there are numerous misconceptions about the bankruptcy process, that when stripped away, make a difficult decision slightly easier. After all, knowing is half the battle. In this post, we’ll try to…

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How Can I Repair My Credit?

Improving credit after bankruptcy or foreclosure Whether you filed for bankruptcy or faced foreclosure, repossession or a delinquency on a loan, it is a fact of life that your credit score can fluctuate. Access to credit is important when applying for a car or home loan or when starting a new business. The harsh reality…

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The Dilemma of Student Loan Debts

This post was originally published on September 3, 2009.  Chapter 13 is one of the most powerful tools for dealing with consumer debt.  You can prioritize categories of debt just like in a Chapter 11.  I often tell clients that debts are broken down into the following categories when filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At the…

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