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BEFORE, AFTER, AND BEYOND BANKRUPTCY – the book, by Betty Odak

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How soon after a foreclosure do I have to wait before I can get another home & what steps need to be taken?

Due to some unforeseen medical problems and the laziness of our wonderful workers compensation board my wife and I were “forced” into foreclosure. We miss having a house and want to get into another one within the next year and a half or so. I’ve had a steady job for almost 7 years and my wife is still out of work due to medical reasons but has steady income from SSI and comp. What do I need to do to get another house? … Read entire article »

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The last step before filing – Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyer – 480-827-0777

www.answersaboutbankruptcy.com 480-827-0777 The final step is to review and sign the documents that will be filed. Thisvideo series contains over an hour of short, simple explanations of the bankruptcy process. Subscribe to our Channel and see all 50 animations now. Call to schedule a free initial consultation for personalized advice from a qualified bankruptcy attorney with sixteen years experience. Filing without an attorney or using just a paralegal is usually a very bad idea. … Read entire article »

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Can I sell my property before filling chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Ohio?

I have a vehicle that I am selling to help pay for some debts i have accumulated over the years. I will however still have to file chapter 7 bankruptcy in order to pull myself out of debt. Will selling my property hurt my chances of filing a quick bankruptcy? I was told that any transfer of property may not be good…Thanks in advance for your help… … Read entire article »

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Regulator Before Banks Collapsed, They Pleaded With Feds To Let Them Fudge Their Books

Ryan Grim Huffington Post March 13, 2009 www.huffingtonpost.com Before financial institutions have collapsed over the past several months, they have come to the Financial Accounting Standards Board, pleading for a change in mark-to-market accounting rules so that they can continue to appear to be solvent on their balance sheets. Robert Herz, head of the FASB, told a panel of lawmakers Thursday that the loudest critics of fair market accounting practices have been the very same banks that have gone belly up when regulators would not let them adjust their accounting. “There seems to be a clamoring for changing mark-to-market rules that seems to come largely from institutions that may be insolvent,” Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) said to Herz at a meeting of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, … Read entire article »

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How to find out if a home is in foreclosure before renting?

I am getting ready to rent a home located in McKinney , TX. How do I find out if this home is in foreclosure? … Read entire article »

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What should I ask my Realtor before buying foreclosure/short sale property?

Hi there, I am young (23) and a first time home-buyer. I am looking forward to purchase an investment home and I am going to rent it out. What kind of questions should I be asking my Realtor? What are the advantages and disadvantages on foreclosures and short sales? Any help would be great. … Read entire article »

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RFNDE Senator Eggleton on Talk Show with LTD Before S-216 No Vote

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John Conyers Doesn’t Believe in Reading Legislation Before Signing

Probably one of the most ridiculous statements from Washington DC in some time. Anyone living in his Congressional District should be embarrassed that he has been in congress for 22 terms. That is, Conyers has been a member of Congress since 1965. 1965. Even more embarrassing to his constituents is that Conyers is a lawyer. A lawyer in Congress since 1965 and he does not believe in reading the bills before he signs. Perhaps Conyers has never heard the term “unintended consequences”. Maybe he is unaware of the disastrous effects of the Community Reinvestment Act, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, or the American Dream Downpayment Assistance Act. Perhaps he is uninformed about the near insolvency of entitlement programs such as Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid. Conyers is THE prime example as … Read entire article »

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Fast Shuffle Before a Bankruptcy? by Joseph C. McDaniel, Arizona Bankruptcy Attorney

I’mJoseph C. McDaniel and I am a Board Certified Arizona Bankruptcy Attorney. My firm is a debt relief agency and I help both people and businesses file bankruptcies. If you’re interested in filing a bankruptcy in Arizona or have questions, please call our firm at 602-297-3025 or visit my free Bankruptcy blog at www.arizonabankruptcyblog.info and my website at www.josephmcdaniel.com Let’s talk about what might be considered a “fraudulent transfer” and what that means in your bankruptcy case. … Read entire article »

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How much time must pass on a foreclosure before I am eligible to purchase a home?

I had a foreclosure in November of 2007 due to extenuating circumstances. I have been told 2 years must pass and I have been told 3 years must pass. My credit score is around the 620 area needed for approval. Any advice would be appreciated. … Read entire article »

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