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Blog Legal Advice September 15, 2018

How an Attorney Can Prevent Foreclosure

Although the housing crisis has abated, there are still millions of homeowners in the midst of foreclosure in 2018. For many homeowners facing foreclosure, the process can be stressful, confusing and utterly overwhelming. Much of the stress stems from the fact that most homeowners are unfamiliar with foreclosure proceedings. Nor are they aware of the […]

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Blog September 9, 2018

Unemployed and in Debt?: Whether to Choose Bankruptcy or Debt Negotiation

Dealing with the debt monster is never easy for anyone. The situation is even worse when you have lost a job. It does not only thwart your debt-busting goals, but it also makes it difficult for you to meet your minimum expenses.  As if that’s not enough trouble, debt collectors put enormous pressure on you […]

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Blog September 9, 2018

Avoid Foreclosure: Home Retention Options

A foreclosure is undeniably one of the worst things that can happen to a homeowner. Not only do you lose your home, suffering huge financial and emotional losses, but it also makes it quite difficult to obtain a loan for the future home purchase long after you’ve recovered from your financial difficulties. Even after the […]

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Blog September 2, 2018

The Different Types of Loan Modifications for Mortgages

Mortgage loan modifications work to help homeowners stay in their homes by restructuring their existing mortgages to manageable monthly payments. Although mortgage modifications are valuable to borrowers, they also benefit lenders as well. Foreclosure can be a costly procedure for lenders, especially when a home has declined below its loan value. There are several types of […]

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Blog September 2, 2018

A Breakdown of the Home Retention Process

Are you having trouble paying your mortgage? If so, you are not alone. Millions of people are struggling to pay off their mortgages today. If you find yourself behind on your mortgage payments by 60 days or more, your lender may have issued you a foreclosure notice. However, losing your home is not the only […]

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Blog August 28, 2018

Can Filing Bankruptcy Affect My Children?

Making the decision to file for bankruptcy is a weighty decision. You may worry what other people will think if they find out. You may worry about how it will affect your credit rating and your ability to take out a loan in the future. And, if you have children, you may wonder how filing […]

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Blog August 27, 2018

Am I Going Bankrupt? Sure Signs You Are Headed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

No one dreams of someday filing for bankruptcy. But, in some cases it is the best solution to call bankruptcy lawyers to help with your financial problems. Financial setbacks such as job loss, divorce, death of a family member, or medical disability can drastically, and suddenly, change your financial position. When your burden of debt […]

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Blog August 19, 2018

How to Protect Yourself from Foreclosure and Stay in Your Home

A person’s financial security can change abruptly and leave them in a position of making difficult choices. Which bill gets paid, which one can wait? Not a comfortable spot to find yourself in, but you’re not the only one. Thousands of homeowners have been faced with foreclosure and forced to leave their homes. In many […]

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Blog August 19, 2018

Facing Foreclosure After a Natural Disaster: Do You Need a Foreclosure Attorney?

Most of us don’t worry much about natural disasters unless they hit close to home. But, no one knows where the next one will strike.  Currently, severe weather systems are causing damaging wind and floods in several US states. California is on fire again with hundreds of homes and businesses destroyed.  Hawaii is being terrorized […]


Blog August 9, 2018

Guide to Bankruptcy

America is a nation ridden with debt–almost everyone takes out a loan to pay for a house and a car, student loan debt is commonplace, and credit card debt is rampant. The average American adult holds 2.6 credit cards, and most fail to pay their balance in full each month. It comes as no surprise, […]

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