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This week we discuss bankruptcy exceptions. Also clown cars. ENJOY THE SHOW! Advertisements
We are discussing FDCPA, nasty creditors, mind games, debt (of course), a bunch of other delicious topics! Find the podcast by clinking anywhere on this link – THIS LINK RIGHT HERE!
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
Excellent article about one of the most frequently asked questions by clients: What’s gonna happen to my credit?
BY JACOB T. SIMON There’s a very good chance that I will never know how the mind of a major corporate executive works. I don’t mean the guy who carries a business cards with CEO printed on it. The execs … Continue reading
This bill (introduced by the Democrats) gives homeowners the ability to petition a judge and stay on a renter for an additional 5 years. All other arguments aside, why is everyone assuming the courts have the ability to handle hundreds … Continue reading
Consumers, Lawyers & Judges Play a Frustrating Game of Three-Card Monte, Where No One Knows the Rules and Everyone’s a Mark §362 of the Bankruptcy Code is simple. Sort of. To seek relief from stay, one must be a party … Continue reading
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
So this morning my partner is on the phone with Chase Bank, attempting to negotiate the terms of a loan modification. Our client has a high enough income to qualify for a loan modification, but Chase was acting horribly evasive. The … Continue reading
Whether or not bankruptcy filers can keep any individual piece of property depends on many factors, including how much property is owned and what exemptions are available to cover the property. Volumes are available on the subject, so here’s a … Continue reading