Yes, either spouse can be garnished by creditors but usually not both spouses at the same time. Because Arizona is a community property state, the plaintiff must sue both the husband and the wife for a lawsuit and any judgment granted to be valid. The winning plaintiff can also levy a joint or single account of a married couple.
Through the 2009 season, Arizona State leads the series 20-7. They last met in 1998.
Prior to the October 25, 2008 game USC leads the all time series against Arizona, 25-6.
Phoenix, Arizona with a population of over 1.5 million persons leads the list, while Pierre, South Dakota is the smallest with only about 14,000 residents.
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As of the start of the 2008 season, Colorado leads the all time series 12-1.
Through the 2009 season, Nebraska leads the all time series 6-2.
Through the 2008 season, Miami and Arizona have met three times and Miami leads the series 2-1. Miami won regular season games in 1991 and 1992 and Arizona won the 1994 Fiesta Bowl.
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First off...unsecured debt is clearly what the process is for as a secured debt creditor generally doesn't need to use garnishment for collection as they simply take the asset they have the debt secured by. Garnishments are generally allowed for debts you are failing to pay as you swore and agreed you would. There is a process to follow that leads up to a garnishment being allowed, but essentially, if you won't pay your obligations - it is one of many ways that can be used by those you owe to get what they legally are due and you owe. Getting an attachment to property - essentially having a court agree to make the loan a secured loan to something - and then seizing and selling that item is another.
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