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Recovering Debts As A Sole Proprietor

11th January 2013
Certain states, for example California, do not currently require one to be a lawyer or have a license to be a collection agency to collect the majority of debts or to collect judgments they own. Can an average (non-attorney) individual start a business re...
Author: Mark D. Shapiro
Law

How to recover a debt by using statutory demand

02nd May 2012
Introduction Statutory demand is a written request from the lender to debtor to return the loan amount. The debtor can be individual or corporations. In Australia, it is known as letter of demand. It is a useful tool to recover the loan amount. Yo...
Author: Clark_Taylor
Bankruptcy Law

What You Must Do to Avoid Bankruptcy Issues

10th August 2011
Because of the unpredictability of economies these days, there is no doubt that the threat of bankruptcy is always present despite a person or a companyís seemingly substantial capital and profit margin. It is important to know how this situation can be a...
Author: amparocurtis@gmail.com
Bankruptcy Law

Temecula Bankruptcy Attorney - How to Come to be An individual|Bankruptcy Lawyer Musings}

27th July 2011
As soon as a university student has a firm grasp of the principles civil technique, constitutional law, and several other factors, there are then permitted to go after the electives staying provided in their unique are of study. Much more often than not, ...
Author: Damzel Fullerey
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Court- Free Interrelated Fact For Bankruptcy Attorney Houston

14th July 2011
Download your free E-book and tips on bankruptcy court and in addition to that get basic information on saving money visit file bankruptcy One of the widespread misconceptions about filing for bankruptcy will be the 90 day rule. Should you ask debtors ...
Author: rohanrathores
Bankruptcy Law

Role of a Bankruptcy Laywer in a Chapter 13

29th June 2011
Bankruptcy lawyers generally call a Chapter 13 petition a wage earnerís plan. Debtors with a regular source of income should ideally opt for a Chapter 13 filing. A Chapter 13 filing is also more beneficial if you are facing foreclosure and you want to sav...
Author: geor22c8st
Bankruptcy Law

Riverside Bankruptcy Attorney

31st May 2011
Riverside citizens can now look for support from Miller and Associates, Personal computer for skilled legal support.In today's world of engineering, individuals can file for bankruptcy on line. The court has a federal database named PACER that can be acce...
Author: Emerson Sawyer
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
Taxes

Tax Problems Need Experts To Find A Solution

04th May 2011
For most of us, paying our taxes in full and on time is done automatically. However, there are those who get themselves into some serious trouble by not fulfilling what the taxman wants, when he wants it. For these people, litigation is bound to follow ...
Author: Stewart Wrighter
Bankruptcy Law

Does a Chapter 13 Wipe Out IRS Tax Debt?

14th April 2011
Bankruptcy is a powerful tool for people who owe money in America, but it cannot eliminate all debts. The idea that it can simply wipe the financial slate clean is a canard. As a general rule, bankruptcy protection can help people get rid of credit debt a...
Author: Dori Faxton
Taxes

Death And Taxes, Nothing More Certain

29th March 2011
We all hate to pay taxes, but refusing or forgetting to pay them every year will bring big problems for those who think that they can get away with it. In fact, the taxman has several courses of action that he can take to make sure that he gets his pound...
Author: Stewart Wrighter
Bankruptcy Law

Real and Personal Bankruptcy Property Exemptions in Bankruptcy

10th March 2011
One of the first questions that most potential bankrupts have is, "What will happen to my property, if I file for bankruptcy?" Because the bankruptcy process offers debtors a "fresh start" if they're drowning in debt, to further the goal of a "fresh st...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Bankruptcy Law

What Does a Bankruptcy Trustee Do?

08th March 2011
Many people who are contemplating filing bankruptcy ask the question, what exactly is the job of the bankruptcy trustee? Is he my friend or foe? Well the answer to this question is really quite simple, once you know the duties of a trustee. A bankruptc...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Real Estate Law

In Most of the Foreclosure Cases the Borrowers do Not Turn Up but When They Contest the Trouble Star

02nd March 2011
The processing methods of LPS and other allied firms are defective and yet why do the banks continue to use its services? False statements are produced by the computer regarding the dollars that are due, and the entity who is debtor; on top of this ...
Author: karen
Bankruptcy Law

Get advice from reliable Colorado Springs Bankruptcy attorney

28th February 2011
If you feel that you are going bankrupt then hire a good Colorado Springs Bankruptcy attorney who can offer good advice related to it. The problem is not uncommon and many people are dealing with it especially because of the recent recession. Unpaid credi...
Author: clawsonlow
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