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Can you get sued for posting truths about a competitor?

Say that you are extremely proud of your business. Its products are top-notch, and the customer service is impeccable. On the other hand, your competitor down the street seems to get most of the customers. So, you decide it is time to explain in an online ad or review just how terrible some of your competitor's practices are.

Your social media activity may impact your case

With the widespread prevalence of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, sharing your daily activities and pictures can be second nature. However, the things you post on social media can have a detrimental impact on the outcome of a bankruptcy or divorce case. It is important that you and other Arizona residents understand how social media may backfire when you are in the middle of a legal matter.

Credit card debt in Chapter 13

If your debt is continuing to build and you passed the point of no return, you might be considering bankruptcy. You might be wondering what will happen to your credit card debt if you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 filing might be ideal if you have a regular income, want to reorganize your debts and keep your assets. 

Differences between defamation, opinion, slander and libel

Regardless of which side of a lawsuit a person is on, it is vital to understand legal definitions. Cornell Law School has great information about what exactly constitutes defamation. According to the school, defamation is when one party uses speech to create emotional distress or damage the reputation of another party. 

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