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  • Tax Offsets for Defaulted Student Loans
      by HG.org

    A federal student loan is one of the most difficult items to escape. Federal student loans are usually not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Furthermore, the federal government can take dramatic steps to ensure that it receives the money that is owed.

  • Florida Homeowners and Investors Bracing for Next Huge Wave of Mortgage Foreclosures

    The next foreclosure epdimic is coming from hundreds of thousands of Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC)s that are coming due after their 10 year term.

  • What Personal Property is Exempt from Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Texas?

    Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows debtors to retain all their exempt properties although the ones that are not exempt are typically turned over to the trusties of the chapter. Such pieces of property are usually sold and the proceeds distributed to the creditors. What applies in Texas?

  • Georgia Court of Appeals Decides Against Material Supplier

    A recent decision by the Georgia Court of Appeals has given homeowners loop-hole against lien claims as the lien claimant's summary judgment against the homeowner was reversed.

  • How Can I Get a Bankruptcy Exemption?
      by HG.org

    Bankruptcy exemptions can make a dramatic difference in your bankruptcy proceeding whether you are filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. While the result for having an exemption is different for each type of bankruptcy filing, both help the consumer keep more – either property or money.

  • How to Calculate the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan Payment
      by HG.org

    A debtor proposes a repayment plan that will allow them to repay a portion of their debt. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan determines the amount that each creditor can expect, the duration of the plan, the value of the debtor’s property and the funds that are available to repay the debts. Several factors impact the amount of monthly repayments that the debtor will make.

  • Are Foreclosure Rates Beginning to Decrease?

    There have been various reports in the media indicating that foreclosure rates have fallen to pre-bubble crisis levels.

  • 5 Things You Need to Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy

    In 2013, nearly 40,700 Floridians filed for bankruptcy. An important, life-changing decision, coming to terms with the fact that you need to file could be the light at the end of a seemingly long, debt-filled tunnel—that’s why it’s imperative you get the facts, know your rights and obtain accurate, aggressive representation from a local Tampa Bay area law firm.

  • Divorce and Credit Card Debt – Known and Unknown

    More and more couples are racking up excessive amounts of debt. To make matters worse, some debt, especially credit card debt, is hidden from the other spouse. Some blame this phenomenon on the fact that more marriages consist of two-income couples. Each spouse may find it difficult to relinquish control of his or her own money. But when divorce is on the horizon, how is this debt ultimately divided?

  • Handling Credit Card Debt

    Credit Card Debt is something that is becoming a bigger problem as Americans are getting further in debt. One of the ways that you can address your mounting credit card debt is through debt relief via debt settlement. Contact a experienced bankruptcy lawyer or debt relief expert and find out what options are available to you regarding your credit card debt, other outstanding creditors, and methods of available debt relief.


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