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This week we discuss bankruptcy exceptions. Also clown cars. ENJOY THE SHOW! Advertisements
Annualcreditreport.com is jointly operated by the three major U.S. credit reporting agencies Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. The site was created in order to comply with their obligations under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) to provide a mechanism for American consumers to receive a … Continue reading
Greetings loyal readers! We at Liss Law think it’s about time for you to become loyal listeners as well. We have officially partnered with the Law Offices of William C. McLeod to bring you the newest and greatest bankruptcy podcast … Continue reading
It is estimated that about 3 out of 4 credit reports contain some sort of inaccurate information on them. The first step to take is to become informed whether there is an error on your credit report. You can do this by … Continue reading
Excellent article about one of the most frequently asked questions by clients: What’s gonna happen to my credit?
Here is an interesting news story out of Tennessee. Landlords are using an obscure law to evict people “suspected” of selling drugs. Once the police department notifies the landlord that the tenant is a suspect, the tenant can be evicted after … Continue reading
A bar (or any business) can’t have a minimum charge for credit/debit cards. Here’s the story.
Filing bankruptcy creates the bankruptcy estate, which is where creditors go to recoup money owed. The bankruptcy laws in this country allow for people to have certain property “exempt” from the bankruptcy estate; these are things that will not be … Continue reading
Our friends over at Mcleod Law Offices have this interesting read from a former client who “shares her perspectives on her journey into, through and out of bankruptcy.”
An Ohio man says he bulldozed his $350,000 home to keep a bank from foreclosing on it. This story is a sad testament to how desperate many Americans find themselves.