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Bankruptcy Law

The Things They Don't Tell You About Bankruptcy

28th January 2013
There are many financial advantages to filing for bankruptcy protection, not to mention this is the path to take if you don't have much choice. But buyer beware! There are some downsides to filing for bankruptcy that you might not be aware of. I don't men...
Author: M. Jenkins

The debt didn't go away?

09th January 2012
I have been receiving a lot of calls lately about write-offs. Some people are wondering why they are still receiving calls from collectors if the debts were Written-off. There is actually an old 80’s Sitcom – The Jerry Springer Show - that mock’s George’s...
Author: johnkevin
Internet Law

Top Tips To Help You Avoid Identity Theft By James Varga, founder of miiCard

30th March 2011
As the world of financial transactions is increasingly shifted online, more and more financial matters can be taken care of from the comfort of your double bed with a laptop and a wireless connection. Whether you need to pick up an extra quart of milk or ...
Author: Hot Tin Roof

Free Divorce Help - Divorce Advice for Men

14th March 2011
Men who are going through a divorce have some special considerations to make in order to make the divorce go as smooth as possible. This is especially true for those who are going through a contentious divorce. Of course, divorce cases are different, and ...
Author: mcwest
Bankruptcy Law

How to Claim Bankruptcy

07th February 2011
Bankruptcy is a procedure through legal means that allows people who are lost in debts to start all over again financially. When a person is declared bankrupt or is bankrupt, it is advisable to claim bankruptcy through the set rules and regulations. Howev...
Author: enriquecastillano
Bankruptcy Law

What are the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Debt Limits

20th January 2011
The bankruptcy law reads that one can only file for chapter 13 bankruptcy protection if their total debt falls below the defined debt limits. Before I get distracted, let me give you the information you came for: the Arizona chapter 13 bankruptcy debt ...
Author: Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Prevention And Recovery

27th October 2010
Houston bankruptcy attorneys can help you do a variety of things in addition to just filing for bankruptcy. For example, Houston bankruptcy attorneys are equipped to assist you in the area of bankruptcy prevention as well as bankruptcy recovery. In fact s...
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto

Remove a Tax Lien : How to Delete a Tax Lien from The Credit Report

21st October 2010
The reason why tax service experts enlarge in such a great number is that given taxes have been vastly sophisticated as great as repercussions of unwell to compensate tax have been intensely significant. Once we get stranded with a tax lien, we feel simil...
Author: JerryMizutanij
Bankruptcy Law

How to prevent car repossession and recover a vehicle if it has already been repossessed

24th September 2010
If you are on the brink of having one of your vehicles repossessed we can answer the question “how do I prevent me car or vehicle from being repossessed?” and can help advise you as to what you need to do. If you are concerned about car repossession, the ...
Author: Max Gunderson

Credit Repair after Divorce - Pick Up and Move on With Credit Repair Help after Divorce

25th May 2010
There are so various situations where a man and a woman are married and share their debt along with having a joint account and the credit card have the name only of one partner. But in any case if they'll get divorced, in such condition the credit providi...
Author: William Roberts

A List of Dos and Don’ts to Avoid Troubles of Tax Lien

07th May 2010
A tax lien is the government's right to seize a property when taxes on it are not paid on time. It is placed on a property to encourage the tax payer in paying the taxes. But if tax lien has been placed over you property, it makes some serious impact on y...
Author: The Runner
Criminal Law

Identity Theft Protection - Getting the Right Protection

27th April 2010
Shocking statistics are clearly showing that identity theft is on the rise. This crime affected almost 10,000,000 victims in 2008. And this is a 22% increase from the previous year. And 71% of id fraud happens within the week of a persons personal data ...
Author: B. Carson
Bankruptcy Law

Filing for bankruptcy is a viable option

16th April 2010
Declaring bankruptcy is considered to be a bad thing. It is looked down upon as a sign of weakness. We have been conditioned into thinking about bankruptcy as the last resort. We have been told to avoid filing for bankruptcy because of the future effects ...
Author: Paul Collingwood
Real Estate Law

Why do I Need Tenant Forms ?

01st April 2010
A question that is asked by many new or would be land lords. If you are considering jumping into real estate as an investment welcome aboard. Real estate presents many wonderful benefits but like any good thing there are also some consequences involved in...
Author: James Kahn

Choosing the Right Tax Preparer For Tax Help

22nd February 2010
Whether the tax preparer you used last year will file your income tax return or you're planning on hiring a new one, make sure to thoroughly evaluate them. There have been more changes to the tax code this year than perhaps any year in history, so having...
Author: Ryan Himmel