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Bankruptcy Law

How Does Debt Consolidation Work?

23rd May 2011
One may come across different advices by the people when they face a poor financial condition. What is the right way to opt for to solve the crisis is a main decision to be taken at this point of time. Out of these many methods, debt consolidation is an i...
Author: Robert
Bankruptcy Law

The Advantages of the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

15th March 2011
The bankruptcy laws are complicated because there are many exceptions to the procedures. For example, the exempt assets can vary from state to state. If you live in Texas, it is important that you retain a bankruptcy attorney familiar with state laws and ...
Author: Alton Brown
Real Estate Law

Spartanburg SC in Real Estate Listings by Rodger C. Jarrell Company

07th March 2011
Real estate is a part of everyday’s life; many people are involved with buying and selling properties. There are people who even have to face foreclosure which is when the bank or the home loan financer tries to repossess your property that you bought fro...
Author: Rodger
Real Estate Law

Creating a Note – Terms & Documents (Part 3 in the series)

27th January 2011
You have hopefully reviewed parts 1 and 2 in this series, so have become more knowledgeable about setting the sales price for a property, collecting the down payment, and whether to carry a 2nd lien. Of course, there is much more to know if you will be s...
Author: John Hill
Real Estate Law


27th January 2011
Let’s say that you’ve made your property beautiful and in sale-ready condition, but when you get ready to sell it, there are very few buyers interested. Or, perhaps there are numerous buyers wanting to buy the property, but they cannot qualify for a loan...
Author: John Hill
Real Estate Law

How Texas Veterans Buy Houses

07th January 2011
The Texas Veterans Land Board (TVLB) offers Texas Veterans a home purchase program known as the Veterans Housing Assistance Program (VHAP) to help reduce the long-term costs of financing a home. VHAP provides financing up to $325,000 toward the purchase o...
Author: FitzGerald

Alleviate Tax Stress with a Tax Attorney

09th December 2010
A good solid quite crucial component you should preferably educate yourself is always that the Internal Revenue Service would like their costs, and is realistically made ready to deliver opportunities which means that tax consumers is advantageous to comp...
Author: Myles Wall

Debt Relief: What Are the Alternatives to Bankruptcy?

07th December 2010
For the millions of Americans struggling with debt, there are a lot of voices that claim to help. Unfortunately, the variety and differences in the options can be downright disorienting. Here is a quick run-down on the options that you have to achieve deb...
Author: Brown.Walker

The Benefits of Tax Auctions

26th November 2010
Are you looking for a good way to earn some interest on your money? If so, it’s likely that you would have some interest in a tax lien sale. A property tax auction sells the liens on property owners’ estates if they haven’t paid their taxes. Once in delin...
Author: Brent Crouch
Business Law

What you should know about no doc mortgage loans

18th November 2010
If you are struggling to find a traditional mortgage loan because you cannot document enough of your income to qualify, you could benefit from a no doc mortgage loan. Here is what you need to know about this unconventional type of no credit check refinanc...
Author: Refinance Mortgage
Bankruptcy Law

The Pros and Cons of Reaffirming a Debt in Bankruptcy

23rd June 2010
When you reaffirm a debt, you sign a contract to continue making payments to the lender. Think of this contract as taking your vehicle loan or mortgage totally out of the bankruptcy. This means that if you ever stopped making payments on the debt, the len...
Author: KhLawoffices
Estate Planning

Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts

24th March 2010
A Grantor Retained Annuity Trust or “GRAT” is one of the most powerful and tax efficient wealth transfer tools available today. A GRAT allows a person to transfer the future appreciation of an asset to his/her children with little or no gift t...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.

Tax Liens, Tax Deeds, and Tax Deed Overages

17th February 2010
There are many differing ways to turn a profit by investing in the USA property tax system, and four immediately come to mind. Tax lien sales. Tax deed sales. Front running tax deed sales. Overages from a tax deed sale. As a prospective investor,...
Author: Harry A Connor Jr

New Jersey Tax Sales

14th January 2010
Recently I attended 2 tax sales on the same day in New Jersey and got no liens. At the first sale I went to I only opened my mouth to bid once. Everything except for one small $72 lien got bid down to 0%, and premium was paid even for small sewer liens. T...
Author: Tax Lien Lady
Bankruptcy Law

How to Avoid Personal Bankruptcy?

24th November 2009
Owing is one of the most disgraceful things that could affect ones credibility and reputation. But how can one avoid personal bankruptcy? Here are some tips you could follow to help you free from this hassle. Even before deciding to file bankruptcy, ...
Author: EstherA
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