How to Draft the Initial Disclosure Statement (Arizona Specific)

How to Draft the Initial Disclosure Statement

taught by John Skiba, Esq.

Course description

The Initial Disclosure Statement is vital to winning your debt collection case in the state of Arizona.

Yet despite its importance nearly all self- represented people I meet with in my law practice have failed to timely submit an Initial Disclosure Statement.

In this Arizona-specific course I teach you what an Initial Disclosure Statement is, when it is due, the penalties for not submitting a Disclosure Statement, and even how to use it to your advantage in trial.

I provide you with customizable templates that you can download to draft Initial Disclosure Statements in both Justice Court and Superior Court in the state of Arizona.

Finally, I walk you step-by-step through the drafting of the Initial Disclosure Statement.

Don't miss this vital step to winning your case!

John Skiba, Esq.
John Skiba, Esq.

John Skiba is a consumer protection attorney in the state of Arizona and founder of The Consumer Warrior Project.

Over his career, John has handled thousands of debt related cases and represented consumers in over 300 trials against junk debt buyers like Midland Funding, Portfolio Recovery Associates, Calvary SPV, and many others.

John has helped thousands of families through the bankruptcy process, debt collection lawsuits, and debt settlement. His goal is to provide families with the information they need to make smart strategic decisions on how to solve their debt problems.