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Yarmuth Urges Action to Stop Illegal Foreclosures on Active Duty Troops

During an Oversight and Government Reform Committee Hearing featuring testimony from consumer watchdog Dr. Elizabeth Warren, Congressman John Yarmuth (KY-03) urges colleagues to take action to stop banks from illegally foreclosing on US Servicemembers. … Read entire article »

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Legal Action – May 2008

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Can I bring legal action to an attorney that promised to help me with credit repair, and has bounced?

I paid $300 to an attorney that works with a real estate firm specializing in credit repair, by disputing and of such nature. He hasn’t done anything, he is now unable to be reached? Took my money and left but still around. Can I bring legal action to him? (His company states that he’s doing it on his own). I need a good attorney to help me out, what kind of attorney could help me in this case? Please help me. … Read entire article »

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Explain what a foreclosure action is and what steps are taken by a bank/attorney after an action is filed?

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Which crisis do you feel requires more immediate action: health care or social security?

A guy I saw on CSpan the other day said that health care was a much more disastrous impending crisis than Social Security insolvency. He said that a many in the general public felt that there wouldn’t be any money left for Social Security payments by the time they retire; and as such, they were or felt they should be making alternate savings arrangements. He (an economist and social policy researcher) also indicated that this was far less likely than Medicare, Medicaid, and health care for Americans as a whole experiencing a crisis of epidemic proportions; i.e. budgetary deficiencies, increasing numbers of people without coverage, etc.. In the face of this more pressing crisis, Americans are typically not proactively seeking solutions, if there are really even … Read entire article »

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Legal Action – June 2011

Foreclosure — The Illinois mortgage foreclosure law is discussed. Part 1 of 2. … Read entire article »

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Personal Training Business Action Plan

A Blueprint For Developing, Managing And Growing A Tremendously Profitable Personal Training Business Personal Training Business Action Plan … Read entire article »

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Can you take legal action against your insolvency practioner?

My partner and I went to a IP to seek advice to as whether an IVA would be a suitable path for us and were adviced that yes, it would be. The first thing you are told to is stop paying creditors, of which we did, we were informed that the entire process would only take 6 weeks but 3 months down the line we are still at what seems like square one. One of our creditors has now gone for our house, we even have a court date. Our IP has now said that we stand to lose our house, a position we wouldn’t be if we’d never have gone for the IVA. We were considering selling and downsizing and coping with debt ourselves and now we are so … Read entire article »

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Legal Action – July 2011

Foreclosure — The Illinois mortgage foreclosure law is discussed. Part 2 of 2. … Read entire article »

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Legal Help Live – Class Action Settlements

Legal Help Live November 10, 2010 – Part 5 of 6 The partners finish their call with Anthony. They then continue with a call from Robin who wants to ask about a Class Action Settlement. Her main question was wondering on whether or not to fill out the paperwork for these settlements. For more information about issues such as this go to www.ssjlaw.com! … Read entire article »

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An attorney files a foreclosure action against you in Florida on behalf of an inncorrect lender, can you sue ?

My loan servicing company says this loan company has absolutely nothing to do with my mortgage, which is in good status. The attorney won’t return my calls. I know I have to go to court with proof and have a judge throw it out, but can I sue the attorney and his loan company …and how much could I get in damages for this outrage. … Read entire article »

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