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Bankruptcy in Texas


Bankruptcy entails a legal process, which involves either an individual or an organization that is experiencing financial troubles. Such proceedings are generally filed by the debtor. A successful execution of such a process eventually makes the debtor free from most outstanding payments and debts. However, if you are thinking to file for a bankruptcy, then you need to first go ... Read More »

    Bankruptcy Questions


    Bankruptcy offers a legal blanket of protection to those who are overloaded with debt. This can be a fresh financial start. Many people choose bankruptcy as a method of easing stress and worry due to out of control finances. Below are some commonly asked bankruptcy questions and answers which you may find helpful. What is bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is a plan ... Read More »

      Delray Beach Bankruptcy Attorney – Maureen Gour

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      For years we have assisted consumers in Delray Beach and across the country to eliminate their specific consumer debt challenges. Very rarely will someone want us to conclude that they must declare bankruptcy. However, quite often when people speak with a bankruptcy attorney to learn how a bankruptcy filing would look with their specific situation, they find that it can ... Read More »

        Bankruptcy Lawyers In Baltimore, Maryland

        Bankruptcy Lawyers In Baltimore Maryland

        Throughout the years we have assisted a lot of clients located in Baltimore Maryland to fix their unique debt challenges. Rarely will a consumer seek out our guidance praying that we will conclude they must file for bankruptcy. Most of the time it’s the exact opposite that will be true. Individuals come to us for a strategy which will allow them ... Read More »

          The Debt Relief Most Bizarre Lawsuit of the Year, So Far, Goes to Regner v. Devoto

          Yesterday I wrote about how former Lloyd Ward compatriots Kevin Devoto and Lloyd Regner were in the middle of a tiff with Devoto suing Regner. See No Apparent Honor in Debt Settlement. Kevin Devoto Sues Lloyd Regner. Well today comes one of the most odd lawsuits I’ve seen. Frankly this one reads like a movie script. Trust me, it’s worth ... Read More »

            SC Law Group Sends Out Similar Mailer They Claim They Denounce

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            The other day I did a story about SC Law Group, here. In that story I discovered that SC Law Group had the same core of lawyers that were associated with another firm, NHT Law Group, that was being sued by a mortgage company for sending out allegedly bogus mailers. The mortgage company suit said: At some point in December ... Read More »

              Non-Profit Credit Counseling Service United Financial Systems Signs Florida Judgment

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              I’m going to say it, sometimes it does feel good to be proven right. One such example is that of the non-profit credit counseling group United Financial Services run by Christopher Boulahanis. Back in April of 2010 I published a warning, Debt Management Plan With United Financial Systems Runs Off the Rails. And so it did. Between then and now ... Read More »

                Mortgage Banker Faces Jail Time While Others Already Sentenced for TBW and Colonial Bank Fraud

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                Delton de Armas, a former chief financial officer (CFO) of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp. (TBW), pleaded guilty today to making false statements and conspiring to commit bank and wire fraud for his role in a more than $2.9 billion fraud scheme that contributed to the failures of TBW and Colonial Bank. The guilty plea was announced March 20, ... Read More »

                  Former Bishop Charged in Ponzi Scam

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                  The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) and United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut David B. Fein recently announced that a federal grand jury sitting in Bridgeport, Conn., has returned an indictment charging Julius C. Blackwelder, 59, of Utah, formerly of Stratford, Conn., with nine counts of money laundering and mail ... Read More »

                    Mitchell Stein Mass Joinder Lawyer Ordered to Pay Up And Called Defeated Puppy

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                    A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge has ruled in favor of Brookstone Law PC and all other defendants in a significant court decision against embattled attorney Mitchell J. Stein by dismissing Stein’s $1 billion lawsuit against Brookstone and ordering Stein and other plaintiffs to pay all legal costs. The case is Legaspi v. Spivak Case BC469228 State of California, County ... Read More »

                      JK Harris Former CEO Arrested

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                      The Post and Courier is reporting that John K. Harris, the former CEO of the tax resolution firm JK Harris, was arrested on Sunday March 11th. Apparently a contempt of court warrant had been sworn out against him and Sheriff Office deputies picked him up for a free ride to jail. More information is online here. Hat tip to the ... Read More »

                        BBB Says Notorious Doug Van Arsdale Still At It With

                        The St. Louis BBB has issued the following statement on the reincarnation of Doug Van Arsdale from Credit Solutions of America. More than 1,000 Internet shoppers from across the nation – including dozens from Missouri and Illinois – said they never received discount coupons purchased from the Texas-based daily deal site The Better Business Bureau (BBB) says customers from ... Read More »

                          Worthless Auto Warranty and Credit Card Interest Reduction Telemarkters Put Out of Business

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                          The Federal Trade Commission put a robocall operation out of the telemarketing business under a settlement resolving FTC charges that it bombarded consumers with more than two billion calls pitching a variety of products and services, including worthless extended auto warranties and credit card interest rate-reduction programs. The final settlement order against SBN Peripherals, based near Los Angeles, which did ... Read More »

                            Senior Citizens Tricked Into Buying Investments on Credit Says FTC

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                            The Federal Trade Commission took action to halt a telemarketing operation that allegedly took millions of dollars from senior citizens by conning them into buying precious metals on credit without clearly disclosing significant costs and risks, including the likelihood that consumers would subsequently have to pay more money or lose their investment. The action was against Premier Precious Metals, Rushmore ... Read More »

                              Non-Profit Credit Counselors Get Into the Bogus Debt Relief Mailer Business


                              A reader forwarded me the following mailer she received. It is a spinoff of the many bogus debt relief mailers over the past few years. This mailer bears the following identification: Document NPDRA2012 Non-Profit Debt Relief Agency – Pre-Qualification Notice 800-370-9375 Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act of 2009 Claims to be associated with a “Certified Non-Profit 501c3 Debt ... Read More »

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