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Pacific Debt has helped thousands of people reduce their debt. Since 2002we’ve settled over $200 million in debt for our clients. Contact us today to see how we can help.

Arizona Debt Relief Testimonials

  • Cedric was very informative in explaining process and how it can help me get my debt down. I felt very comfortable and a big help for my expensive. Thank you
    Brenda
    Tempe, Arizona Debt Relief Review
    February 28, 2019
    Provided by BestCompany

    Pacific Debt has helped thousands of people reduce their debt. Since 2002we’ve settled over $200 million in debt for our clients. Contact us today to see how we can help.

  • I am just getting started and I felt like Kia was very understanding and was letting me ask as many questions and made me feel comfortable In my decision even though I am still scared I am hoping they keep walking me through.
    Brenda
    Glandale, Arizona Debt Relief Review
    January 11, 2019
    Provided by BestCompany

    Pacific Debt has helped thousands of people reduce their debt. Since 2002we’ve settled over $200 million in debt for our clients. Contact us today to see how we can help.

  • Pacific Debt did a really great job when I did my initial call with them so I just decided to go with them. In the beginning, there was a couple of people. As it started moving forward then it was just one person. When you just have one contact person, it’s always a lot easier to get things done and not having to repeat yourself. We’re about halfway through the program and it’s working really well. Whenever I’ve had issues, they’ve always been able to work with me. If I have to change my date to make payment, they’ve also been able to work with me on that.
    However, I changed account managers and I was never notified that my previous one was already gone. I had called my first account manager and didn’t get any response for almost two weeks. Then, I finally called the office and spoke to one of their reps and explained the situation. Then, she got me to somebody. That person advised me that they were my new account manager and had said that the other person was no longer managing the account. Other than that, Pacific Debt has taken off a lot of stress and I would definitely recommend them.
    Deborah
    Yuma, Arizona Debt Relief Review
    November 14, 2017
    Provided by Consumer Affairs

    Pacific Debt has helped thousands of people reduce their debt. Since 2002we’ve settled over $200 million in debt for our clients. Contact us today to see how we can help.

  • After reading reviews of the best debt settlement companies we contacted the top three. Pacific Debt received top marks. Doing phone interviews let us know there is a difference between companies. Pacific Debt, Inc was thorough in explaining the process, helped us feel as comfortable as possible in making a difficult decision, and, best of all, was able to settle our debt at a significantly reduced payment. In the final analysis, we feel very confident in our decision to work with Pacific Debt – knowing that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
    Jim
    Phoenix, Arizona Debt Relief Review
    February 9, 2017
    Provided by BestCompany

    Pacific Debt has helped thousands of people reduce their debt. Since 2002we’ve settled over $200 million in debt for our clients. Contact us today to see how we can help.

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We can help you and your family with relief from debt in the state of Arizona.

Arizona

Arizona is home to ancient cultures, amazing deserts, and mountains with spooky tales attached to them. Health care, transportation, and tourism form much of the state’s economy. Arizona is ranked #14 for population and #33 for population density.

As of 2018, over 7 million people called Arizona home. Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona.

Income

The median state income is $53,558. As of 2018, the minimum wage is $10.50 per hour. Unfortunately, 23.3% of Arizonan children under 18 live in poverty. For residents overall, 16.4% of all people in Arizona live under the poverty level.

  • Median state income: $53,558
  • Minimum wage: $10.50/hour
  • Children in poverty: 23.3%
  • People in poverty: 16.4%

Is Arizona a Community Property State?

AZ is not a community property state. Therefore your assets are not seen as equally owned by you and your spouse. Currently, there are only 10 states that are community property states. In the state of Arizona, the judge will decide which assets are shared by you and your spouse, and what the equity is for each.

There are 10 community property states in which the state sees your assets as community property are Louisiana, Arizona, California, Texas, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wisconsin.

Homeowners

More than half (64.4%) of Arizonans hold a mortgage. The median home price in Arizona is $240,600 (2018). Of course, that median price depends on the location with some areas being much higher.

  • Homeowner rate: 64.4%
  • Median home price: $240,600

Employment in Arizona

Arizona has a current employment rate of 4.9%. However, the underemployment rate is 10.8%. Underemployment is the percentage of civilian workers who are unemployed, employed part-time or are not seeking employment.

If this is you, we can help. Pacific Debt offers Arizona debt relief solutions tailored to your unique situation and budget. Our certified counselors help you work up a budget, and explain your options.

  • Unemployment: 4.9% (2018)
  • Underemployment: 10.8% (2017)

Arizona Debt

Arizonans carry a lot of debt. The average credit card debt is $7,100 (2018). The average student loan debt is $23,384. When you add all that debt on top of the cost of homes (rental or owned), versus the median income, it is very easy for Arizonans to get into debt.

  • Avg credit card debt: $7,100 (2018)
  • Avg mortgage debt: $198,385 (2017)
  • Avg student loan debt: $23,384 (2017)

Arizona Statute of Limitations

Arizona’s statute of limitations lays out maximum time periods that debt collectors can take action against a delinquent debt. These statutes of limitations begin on the date that your debt goes delinquent.

For debts taken out in Arizona, the following are the statutes of limitations for different types of debt.

  • Oral agreements: 3 years
  • Written contracts: 6 years
  • Promissory notes: 6 years
  • Credit cards and other revolving loans: 6 years

Arizona Debt Relief & Debt Consolidation

If you have more debt than you can pay off, Pacific Debt can help you consolidate your debt and learn to live debt free. Since 2002, we’ve settled over $200 million in debt for thousands of clients. We are a nationally top ranked debt relief company located in San Diego.

We will help you work through our proven and comprehensive debt relief program. Your certified debt relief counselor will review all your options. If debt settlement is right for you, we move forward with our debt consolidation program and work to save you money. Pacific Debt can help with most unsecured debt like credit cards, personal loans, medical bills and repossessions.

It is not an easy process and it won’t happen overnight, but you can do it. Pacific Debt will be there every step of the way to help.

Debt Collection Laws

Arizonans are protected against unscrupulous debt collectors. The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) prohibits debt collectors from using abusive or harassing bill collection practices. In addition, the Arizona Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (AFDCPA) adds protections against more types of collectors and actions. If you are a victim of any of these actions, you may take legal action against them.

Overall, debt collectors can NOT:

  • Charges more than 10% interest
  • Garnish more than 25% of wages
  • Use/threaten physical force or criminal tactics to harm you, your property, or your reputation
  • Accusing you of committing a crime for not paying the debt
  • Make/threaten to make defamatory statements to someone else
  • Threaten arrest, to seize assets, or garnish wages, unless actually planning to take such action
  • Use obscene or profane language
  • Cause you to spend money you wouldn’t otherwise have spent (ie long-distance telephone calls)
  • Call you repeatedly or let your phone ring repeatedly
  • Call frequently
  • Contact your employer, except to verify employment or health insurance status, garnish wages or locate you
  • Reveal information about debt to anyone except your spouse or your parents if a minor.
  • Publicly publish your name for failing to pay
  • Send a postcard or letter with revealing information on the envelope
  • Claim to be someone other than a debt collector, including a governmental official
  • Use stationary that appears to be from a law firm
  • Charge you collection or attorney’s fees unless legally allowable
  • Threaten to report you to a credit reporting agency if they have no intention of doing so
  • Send a letter claiming to come from a claim, credit, audit, or legal department unless it actually is

Debt collectors must:

  • Disclose caller identification
  • May contact your family to locate you
  • Must serve you with notice of a lawsuit if suing you

Bankruptcy Court Information

Bankruptcy is a legal action that can erase most of your debt as well as your credit history. It is not an action to take lightly. If you do, you must follow the following steps in Arizona.

Persons filing for bankruptcy must:

  • Complete credit counseling within six months before filing for bankruptcy.
  • Complete a financial management instructional course after filing bankruptcy.
  • Complete a Bankruptcy Act Means Test to determine if you are eligible for a Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy
  • Itemize current income sources; major financial transactions; monthly living expenses; debts (secured and unsecured); and property (all assets and possessions, not just real estate).
  • Collect last 2 years of tax returns, deeds to real estate you own, car titles, and loan documents
  • File for bankruptcy
      • Chapter 7 bankruptcy fee is $306
      • Chapter 13 bankruptcy fee is $281
  • Meet with court assigned bankruptcy trustee
  • Attend a Meeting of Creditors
  • Confirm plan if filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy

DISCLAIMER: We are not lawyers and are not giving legal advice. Before filing bankruptcy, talk to a lawyer in your state.

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