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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Steps To Help You Get Prepared For The Loan Modification Process

July 30, 2012 | Posted in Mortgage

Loan modification may seem like the perfect solution if you are facing foreclosure and experiencing financial difficulties. Many homeowners have tried to work through the loan modification process with disappointing results. There are some steps that can help make this process easier, and give you a better chance of succeeding with this goal though. Before […]

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Bankruptcy, Back Taxes, And The IRS: What You Need To Know

July 27, 2012 | Posted in Taxes

There are some things that all consumers should know and understand about bankruptcy, back taxes, and the IRS. If you do not file an income tax return with the IRS each year, or you owe taxes but do not pay this debt, then the Internal Revenue Service will take steps to collect the debt you […]

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Important Facts About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Your Home

July 24, 2012 | Posted in Chapter 7

If you file for chapter 7 bankruptcy what happens to your home? Many individuals make an assumption that filing for bankruptcy under chapter 7 means the automatic loss of their home, but this may not always be the case. Fear of losing your home may keep you from filing for bankruptcy, but a qualified bankruptcy […]

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I Am Filing For Personal Bankruptcy. Do I Have To Provide Business Information In A Personal Bankruptcy Case?

July 18, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy Attorney Questions

When you file for bankruptcy protection there are certain facts and information about your finances that the court will need to know. This is true whether you file under chapter 7, chapter 13, or another chapter instead. If you own or have an interest in a business then the court will usually require that you […]

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Will Ohio Make It Easier For Debt Collectors Like Arizona Just Did?

July 13, 2012 | Posted in News

Individuals and consumer rights advocates across the country have taken notice of a recent law in Arizona that was signed by Governor Jan Brewer in May. The new law makes it easier for debt collectors who are trying to collect on credit card debts, because it minimizes the evidence needed that ensures the proper individual […]

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