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Florida Corruption State Attorney Mark Ober fixing court cases

Florida Corruption. More proof of Mark Ober State Attorney for Tampa Florida is corrupt. Pat Frank clerk of the court admits at Florida’s foreclosure forum that it is common place for her office to release the evidence file to the State Attorney. The problem is Marxist Ober’s office removes evidence form the case files including evidence that proves parties are innocent. This makes appealing a criminal conviction particularly a false conviction impossible. In the subject case Mark Ober argued to a jury that lawyer Anthony Woodward was in his office working suing Bill Trudelle who allegedly attacked Woodward over a lawsuit. Ober removed the 911 tape that proved this was false let alone obtained an order before the trial that Anthony Woodward was suspended from practicing law for filing tens … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Law

We’re in the process of refinancing our home with an out of state mortgage Co contact has been by phone only?

How common is it to refinance with and out of state mortgage company without ever meeting face to face? … Read entire article »

Filed under: Mortgage Refinancing

Which State Should I File Bankruptcy In?

If you live in one state and work in another, which state do you file bankruptcy in? St. Louis bankruptcy attorney James Brown explains how he helps clients determine whether to file Missouri bankruptcy or Illinois bankruptcy. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bankruptcy Law

State Bankruptcy and What It Means To You on Freedomlink Radio 2/20/11 Part 1 of 8

www.thefreedomlinkradio.com … Read entire article »

Filed under: Insolvency

City of Bell Citizens Cry Out for “Receivership,” The State Must Step In

The cry of “Receivership” is heard over and over to thunderous applause at the last City Council Meeting held on 10-4-10. Can there be any doubt this is what the citizens really want. Noone appears to trust Pedro Carrillo and James Casso. … Read entire article »

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Discussion | When States Go Broke: The Pros, Cons, and Mechanics of State Bankruptcy

On Friday, May 13th 2011 The Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance and the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the event, “When States Go Broke: Origins, Context, and Solutions for the American States in Fiscal Crisis.” Leading scholars, journalists, and practitioners discussed the causes and consequences of state insolvency, with particular focus on the recent proposal to allow states to restructure their debts through bankruptcy. Panels also reviewed the politics of state insolvency; the pros, cons, and mechanics of amending the Bankruptcy Code to allow states to file for bankruptcy; the lessons and implications from public default in municipalities, states, and nations; and the economics of state insolvency. Click on the video link to watch a panel discussion moderated by Stanford Law Professor Dick Craswell on “The … Read entire article »

Filed under: Insolvency

Discussion | When States Go Broke: Public Default: Local, State, International

On Friday, May 13th 2011 The Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance and the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the event, “When States Go Broke: Origins, Context, and Solutions for the American States in Fiscal Crisis.” Leading scholars, journalists, and practitioners discussed the causes and consequences of state insolvency, with particular focus on the recent proposal to allow states to restructure their debts through bankruptcy. Panels also reviewed the politics of state insolvency; the pros, cons, and mechanics of amending the Bankruptcy Code to allow states to file for bankruptcy; the lessons and implications from public default in municipalities, states, and nations; and the economics of state insolvency. Click on the video link to watch a panel discussion moderated by Hon. Stephen Williams, US Court of Appeals … Read entire article »

Filed under: Insolvency

How much should I expect a bankruptcy attorney to charge me (state of Illinois)?

I’m declaring Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I incurred a large amount of debt (about $25K, all credit card). It began with buying an older car that cost me hundreds a month in repairs and continued through other forms of bad luck (a huge roaming charge on a phone plan with a grandfather clause, unemployment, etc.). I’m not the stereotypical shopaholic who wants to get a lot of stuff for free…anyone who saw my lifestyle would see that I don’t live extravagantly. I went to one attorney who quoted me $1700, which seemed like a lot since my case is pretty cut and dried. I know a paralegal who will prepare my documents for $300, but once the docs are done, I’m on my own, and I really don’t want to face a … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bankruptcy Law

Are foreclosure laws different from state to state?

Eric Redman, Redman Ludwig, PC, www.redmanludwig.com – (317) 685-2426. Indiana Foreclosure Defense Law FAQs thelaw.tv Disclaimer: thelaw.tv … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Law

State your “student loan” debt situation here?

looking to find out just how many people are stuck in bad student loan repayment situations (like offsets, home liens, loss of apartment or can’t get apartment, can’t get work, etc.) anything that is attributable to unpaid student loans. (not interested in hearing about how you refinanced or which refinance company you went with) … Read entire article »

Filed under: Student Loan Help

Roseanne Confronts Her State Representative On Big Business, Politics, Unemployment & Foreclosure

Sorry about the old VHS quality but it’s the message that counts! … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Help

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