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The Resolution Law Group Sued Over Claims in Mailer by First Mariner Bank

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It looks like another company marketing services against lenders has run into trouble as a result of their mailers. It’s somewhat similar to the claims made against another company, NHT Law Group. You can read that story here. It looks like mortgage lenders are going after these mass joinder like mailers more often. In the complaint filed against The Resolution ... Read More »

    Owe Taxes This Year? Five Actions to Take Before You File.

    For many, tax filing deadlines can be a stressful time, especially if you are faced with a tax bill that you cannot pay. Perhaps you owe taxes for the first time this year or you still owe from a prior year. Here are 5 actions you must take before filing day: File on or before the deadline – and there ... Read More »

      I Just Filed Bankruptcy and I’m Out of Debt, Now What Should I Do?

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      I noticed someone had recently searched for information the other day about what do to once they were out of debt. An excellent question and probably one I take for granted far too often. Getting out of debt generally involves digging yourself out or some sort of intervention like bankruptcy. The entire experience can often teach you important life lessons ... Read More »

        California Attorneys Facing Disbarment as a Result of Targeting Homeowners

        Two Southern California attorneys are facing disbarment and a third faces a disciplinary trial after a joint investigation by the State Bar’s Office of Chief Trial Counsel and the Attorney General’s Office into a loan modification scam that targeted distressed homeowners, the State Bar of California announced today. The proposed discipline is the result of a coordinated effort in August ... Read More »

          Bankruptcy in Florida

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          Bankruptcy is processed and treated differently in each state of the United States of America. With the economy being less than favorable, numerous people have been contemplating about the decision of declaring bankruptcy in Florida; however, since the laws of each state are different, it is important to be able to first understand the legality of declaring bankruptcy in Florida. ... Read More »

            Filing for Bankruptcy

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            Filing for bankruptcy is indeed an arduous process that requires you to be acquainted with all the specifics in order to get everything right from the onset. With all its ups and downs, it can help you stop foreclosures and block creditors from harassing you as you try to build your finances. Below are tips to help you wade through ... Read More »

              Bankruptcy in Michigan

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              Declaring bankruptcy in Michigan can be quite stressful depending on the type of familiarity that one has with the legal system in the area. Depending on the amount of assets that one has on hand and the type of properties that are considered as exempt from the declaration of bankruptcy, those who are on the fence will want to either ... Read More »

                File Bankruptcy — But Keep Your Car for Much Less Than You Owe

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                The following article was submitted by Attorney Steven Elmer from 722Redemption.com to help people learn how it may be possible to keep their car or truck after bankruptcy for far less than the current amount owed. In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, debtors have three main options regarding financed personal property items. They can surrender, reaffirm, or redeem the item. When choosing ... Read More »

                  How to Find a Bankruptcy Attorney In Your Area

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                  It can be tough to find a good bankruptcy attorney. It is an unfortunate fact that some bankruptcy attorneys are not very honest in their dealings with clients. For this reason, you need to be careful to work only with a reputable bankruptcy attorney. The difference between a reputable bankruptcy attorney and a disreputable one is like the difference between ... Read More »

                    File for Bankruptcy

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                    Types of Bankruptcy It is important for people to determine the type of bankruptcy that they need to file according to their current financial situation. They can have a systematic and successful bankruptcy case when they are aware of the requirements and procedure for the particular case that they plan to file. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy This involves the total liquidation ... Read More »

                      CFPB Rolls Out Beta Version of Cost of College Tool – Cool!

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                      The Consumer Financial Protection bureau has just announced a beta version of a new tool they’ve been working on to help inform people about the costs of college in order to make better decisions. For a first pass it’s pretty cool. It allows you to enter up to three school names in the tool and then compare the average costs. ... Read More »

                        BBB Study Finds Big Issues With Credit Repair and Debt Settlement Companies

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                        The St. Louis BBB recently released a study titled, “Are They Creditable” in which they took a look to see if consumers were being taken advantage of by credit repair and debt settlement companies. They utilized their local St. Louis BBB and national BBB databases for complaints and other reporting sites. Credit Repair Scam A study of the credit repair ... Read More »

                          Declaring Bankruptcy

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                          Any decision of declaring bankruptcy may seem like a traumatic event, but it is often the most logical choice to deal with problem debts. As it is a very personal decision, therefore one should take time and understand all the facts before making any move in this. Bankruptcy has not been designed as an “easy way out” of debt. It ... Read More »

                            GetOutOfDebt.org to Launch Bankruptcy Attorney Local Directory

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                            I wanted to bring you into the loop on some changes you will find on the site and how I think this will assist both the site and readers. In the past the site has relief on it’s income from strictly Google Adsense advertising. You can read the site terms for a lengthy description of how things work. For a ... Read More »

                              Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Not Happy With Alleged Poaching by CALG and CAPC

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                              Yesterday I wrote a follow-up story about Consumer Affairs Law Center and Consumer Affairs Processing Center who sent a letter to a debt settlement client of Legal Helpers Debt Resolution instructing them to terminate their agreement with LHDR and move to Consumer Affairs Law Center. You can read the article here. Jeffrey Aleman, an attorney with Legal Helpers Debt Resolution ... Read More »

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