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- Cosigner Liability in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy does not erase cosigner liability. Cosigners may still have to pay your debt. Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys near Plano, Texas can explain.
- Tacoma Bankruptcy Lawyers Help Protect Your Property - and Your Future
If you're like millions of others, you may find that you're having a hard time paying your bills. Your mortgage is in arrears, and you just don't see any way out. The stress is enough to drive you crazy, and the constant harassment by creditors almost unbearable. If this describes you, Tacoma bankruptcy lawyers can help put an end to the constant harassing and threats, and protect your future.
- Seattle Bankruptcy Attorneys Work to Make a Stressful Time in Your Life Easier
Deciding to file bankruptcy isn't easy, and you may not have made up your mind whether this is the best option for you if you are facing constant harassment from creditors. A skilled Seattle bankruptcy attorney can help you make that decision, and work with you through the entire process should you decide it is the best solution to your financial issues.
- When Do You Need a Seattle IRS Lawyer?
Sometimes you just cannot do it alone. When you need an expert dealing with the IRS, a Seattle IRS lawyer is just the ticket. Perhaps you have a business overseas and require help with your taxes. Maybe the IRS is making an audit of your company and you feel a bit queasy about it. If there are any allegations of tax fraud, you definitely want someone on your side fighting for you.
- How Seattle Tax Lawyers Assist Those with IRS Problems and Other Tax Issues
Dealing with the IRS is never pleasant, even when you do not owe the agency money. When you're behind on filing or owe back taxes, it can be downright scary. If you fear that your wages will be garnished or your bank account levied, it's time to consult with Seattle tax lawyers who can help guide you and determine the next steps to resolve the issues.
- When Is It Time to Consult With a Class Action Securities Fraud Attorney?
When investors buy or sell a company's securities within a "class period" or specific time period and securities laws are violated, leaving investors injured economically, it may be time to consult with a class action securities fraud attorney.
- Restricted Securities 101
The Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) requires that the sale of a security be registered under the Securities Act, unless the security or transaction qualifies for an exemption from registration.
- Using Chapter 13 Bankruptcy To Get Current On A Mortgage
The Bankruptcy Code gives homeowners facing foreclosure the right to cure the default any time up until the foreclosure sale process is completed. The key word here is “process,” and state law determines what the process is for a valid auction or sheriff sale. Until this has been completed, homeowners who file bankruptcy can use the federal laws for another chance to save their home and cure the default.
- Personal Bankruptcy Discharge
This article summarizes what it is to discharge your debts and how well it can work for you. The typical consumer files a bankruptcy case in order to obtain a “discharge” of overwhelming debt. When a debt is “discharged”, your obligation (as the debtor) to pay it, no longer exists. The obligation is simply gone…poof. It is government intervention in the realm of private contract relationship at it’s “finest”, and with some careful planning and preparation, it works like a charm.
- The Subprime Meltdown: For CDO & CLO Investors
As the damage from the subprime lending meltdown spreads, the question is not Who will suffer losses? but Who will be legally responsible when the inevitable lawsuits follow? There may be some surprises.