Tag : bankrutpcy

Mortgage Modification in Chapter 13? Rejected!

Bankruptcy Law Overview, Chapter 13, Modifications

The mortgage meltdown and ensuing global financial crisis, in the fall of 2008, still reverberates today.  The New York Times reported on the essentials of the credit crisis and pointed out the breadth and depth origins of this crisis and likened these times to the Great Depression.  I have previously reported on the financial crisis in The Economy […]

5 Ways to Stop a Foreclosure

Chapter 13, Foreclosure, Modifications

The gulf states must contend with hurricanes.  The northeast has their bitter cold.  Here in California, we must always be prepared for “The Big One,” earthquakes that is.  As our economy limps along, virtually lifeless, and looking more like a depression rather than the politically correct “recession,” we must be prepared for the onslaught of more […]

The Heart of Filing Bankruptcy

Chapter 7

Somewhere in the American vocabulary, there has got to be a list of the top ten most dreaded words like death, divorce, bankruptcy, we’re moving, your fired, etc. These dreaded words all have one common theme, change. Any significant change can be a traumatic experience and filing for bankruptcy is no exception. At the heart […]

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