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Blog January 12, 2021

The Difference Between a Loan Modification and Refinancing

There are some people out there who may get a loan and are happy enough with the terms that they follow it out to the end. But others may find that, over time, the terms of their loan may no longer work as well or they would like to get a better interest rate.  If […]

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Blog January 5, 2021

Business Reorganization in Bankruptcy: Is It Right for You?

Running a business can be difficult. There are a lot of moving parts to manage. Unfortunately, it does not always work out. Sometimes, it is the fault of someone running the company, but in other cases, uncontrollable factors can lead to insolvency. At this point, some companies may begin considering bankruptcy.  Filing for bankruptcy is […]

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Blog December 29, 2020

What Is Loss Mitigation and Will It Affect My Credit?

All it takes is a single crisis and some Americans won’t be able to pay their mortgage. If this happens to you, you may be forced to foreclose on your home. Since nobody benefits from a foreclosure, the government is taking a series of initiatives to prevent a repeat of the housing market collapse in […]

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Blog December 22, 2020

How To Stop A Judicial Sale In Allegheny County

If a homeowner is delinquent on a mortgage for no less than 60 days, the lender can file for a court-ordered foreclosure. The lender can then hold a judicial sale, also referred to as a sheriff’s sale, on the home.  While foreclosure can be a frightening and devastating process, the outcome doesn’t always have to […]

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Blog December 18, 2020

What Is A Judicial Sale?

A judicial sale is classified as a court-intervened sale of a mortgaged property in default. These sales are the result of unresolved disputes where the borrower is: Insolvent Unable to continue with mortgage payments due to financial hardship A mortgage carrier will determine that there is no resolution for the debt and equity remains in […]

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Blog December 17, 2020

5 Myths About Bankruptcy And Your Credit History

When you realize that bankruptcy is your only chance for getting back on track financially, it can seem like your world has ended. You might be inclined to find out how badly filing for bankruptcy will impact your credit score. As well as looking into how quickly you can recover. Fortunately, it might not be […]

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Blog November 30, 2020

10 Key Questions to Ask During a Free Consultation Session

Many people use debt as an incredible tool, but for others, it can be a huge burden. It does not take long for debts to accumulate and overwhelm an individual. This can come about from negligence, but it could also be from a major life change, such as the loss of a job. When debt […]

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Blog November 24, 2020

What Debts Are Discharged in Bankruptcy?

Unfortunately, overwhelming debt is a reality for many Americans. As various debts add up, whether due to negligence or unforeseen events, these debts can begin to weigh heavily on an individual’s life. While they may be able to stay afloat for quite some time, it can come to a point where the debt is too […]

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Blog November 17, 2020

Filing for Bankruptcy: What are The Benefits?

Bankruptcy is a word no one ever likes to hear. Especially when it relates to their own or their company’s finances. Bankruptcy means that debts have continued to pile up so heavily that you are unable to keep up with the payments. The reasons it gets to this point can be numerous, but we will […]

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Blog November 12, 2020

Debt Management: How to Prioritize and Rank Your Debts

Debt can be a very efficient financial tool for many people. While it lets people purchase important assets such as houses, vehicles, and more, debt can get out of hand if it is not properly managed. When it gets to a point where you are dealing with multiple different debts and accounts, proper management is […]

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