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Arizona Courts Overview

bankruptcyEver wonder how our court system works?  It is rather confusing when you talk to me about bankruptcy and how that interacts with your creditor’s lawsuit and potential garnishment of your wages and bank accounts.

Here is a great summary that may help explain the court system.  One note – bankruptcy courts are federal courts, not state courts.

The following video ends with a discussion about the Peoria courts, but that is the same for all Arizona courts.  Other states may have a different court structure, until you get into the federal system – which applies to all states.

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Diane L. Drain

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