The accumulation of debt by consumers has become part of our global economy–the practice of loaning money on large and small scales with interest is actually necessary for the citizens of Arizona, as well as America as a whole, to … Continue reading → The post Accumulation of Situational Credit Card Debt appeared first on Arizona Bankruptcy Laws.
Filing for bankruptcy can leave a person feeling emotionally drained, struggling with feelings of embarrassment, hopelessness and feelings of failure. But the economic climate over the past decade or so has left millions people in terrible financial situations â€“ through … Continue reading → The post Steps to Take After Bankruptcy appeared first on Arizona Bankruptcy Laws.
When a personÂ files for bankruptcy, any retirement accounts (IRA) they have areÂ exempt from that action. Â However, theÂ U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that inherited IRAs are not protected in bankruptcy filings. In the case before the Court, a mother had established … Continue reading → The post Supreme Court Rules Inherited IRAs Not Exempt in Bankruptcy appeared first on Arizona Bankruptcy Laws.