Getting rid of a second mortgage mortgage in a chapter 13 bankruptcy has become routine in many jurisdictions like New Hampshire and Massachusetts. . . . → Read More: Help for ‘Underwater’ Homeowners – Getting Rid of a Second Mortgage in a Chapter 13
There’s more to bankruptcy than meets the eye.
Bankruptcy has a bad rap. It’s true. Working in bankruptcy, we see so many of the harsh realities our clients are facing each day. Outside the bankruptcy circle (including bankruptcy attorneys, financial advisors and even the courts), bankruptcy has a bad image. “Bankruptcy is great for . . . → Read More: Bankruptcy Truths
With whimpy penalties, banks and creditors are still utilizing aggressive debt collection procedures in an attempt to scare payments out of their customer’s wallets. . . . → Read More: Aggressive Debt Collection — Who’s in Your Wallet?
Weather-related disasters often leave homeowners in financial peril not knowing how to save their home from foreclosure. . . . → Read More: Keep Your home from Foreclosure After a Natural Disaster
The student loan debt crisis is set to hit an all-time peak in the next few years. Are you ready to handle the fallout? . . . → Read More: Student Loan Holders Beware – Rates Scheduled to Double
Payday or fast cash-advance lenders often charge loan-shark interest rates and government provides little consumer protections for our most vulnerable citizens. . . . → Read More: Predatory Payday Lenders
Two hidden loopholes in the CARD Act can leave consumers paying high interest charges that can quickly snowball. . . . → Read More: Look Out for Hidden CARD Loopholes
There is substantial misinformation regarding what is truth and what is fiction about filing personal bankruptcy – learn the facts. . . . → Read More: The Truth about Filing Bankruptcy
Emergency Homeowner Loan Program comes to a short and unsuccessful run leaving billions on the table rather than in American’s bank accounts. . . . → Read More: Emergency Homeowners Loan Program Ending a Brief and Unsuccessful Run