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  • What Happens if You Fail to Respond Within 20 Days to a Foreclosure Complaint?
    What Happens if You Fail to Respond Within 20 Days to a Foreclosure Complaint?

    If the Bank ( Plaintiff ) files a foreclosure complaint against you, they must serve you with a summons and a complaint. If this happens to you, you will have 20 days to answer the Plaintiff’s ...

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  • Stripping for Bankruptcy
    Stripping for Bankruptcy

    One of the biggest challenges people contemplating filing for bankruptcy face is determining whether they should file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 (or even a Chapter 11 filing). There are many factors ...

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  • Benefits of a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
    Benefits of a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 11 allows a debtor to cease the collection activities, including civil lawsuits, filed by its creditors. The debtor, whether an individual or business is the only party allowed to file a plan ...

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  • Chapter 11 Individual Filing:
    Chapter 11 Individual Filing:

    A chapter 11 bankruptcy begins with the filing of a voluntary petition in the district in which the debtor resides or is domiciled. Similar to other chapters in bankruptcy, an individual filing for ...

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  • When the Bank Makes a Mistake
    When the Bank Makes a Mistake

    A lot of times, the bank fails to prove their case. Sloppy paperwork, incomplete documents, inexperienced attorney’s or bank witnesses all contribute to the bank making critical mistakes that a good ...

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  • CFPB Reports That Most Car Buyers Do Not Understand Auto Financing
    CFPB Reports That Most Car Buyers Do Not Understand Auto Financing

    According to a report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), auto loans are the third biggest category of household debt for Americans, behind mortgages and student loans. Altogether, ...

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