Dodge & Vega Law Blog

How to Prevent Wage Garnishment

When an individual has failed to pay his or her debts one of the “last resort” collection tools a creditor can use is to request that the court authorize a wage garnishment. This is also a tool commonly used by the government to collect…

A Few Myths to Consider About Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can send chills down anyone’s spine, that is, if you don’t properly understand what it actually means. In the event of a person or business being unable to pay off their debt, a person will often resort to bankruptcy as a means…
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Divorce and Health Insurance

Do you have questions about your children or yourself remaining on your spouse’s health insurance plan during a divorce? If so, you should call our office to schedule a consultation appointment. There are laws and guidelines in place to ensure…
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Team Dodge Vega at Londons Run 2012 Charity Run

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How Divorce Differs from Legal Separation

How divorce differs from legal separation: In the state of Arizona, there are in actuality more similarities between a legal separation and a divorce than there are differences. In both a legal separation and a divorce, the Court will issue…

Automatic Stay

Bankruptcy protection usually begins and ends with the Automatic Stay. Basically when a person files for bankruptcy the automatic stay is the protection that automatically kicks in and prevents creditors from seizing property, collecting against…

New Proof of Claim-Rules in AZ Bankruptcy Cases

In 2005 the bankruptcy law was revamped to its current form. Periodically, the rules that govern bankruptcy are reviewed and tweaked. On December 1, 2011, some of those tweaks took effect. In chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases, creditors will feel…

Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure have been

Effective December 1st, 2011 the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure have been amended. Some of tehse amendments will yet need exploring as to the implications they may have on the debtor filing bankruptcy. Some are more important for creditors…

Arizona Law

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