Blog Posts in 2013

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  • Florida Mortgage Modification: Dual Tracking as a Double-Cross
    Florida Mortgage Modification: Dual Tracking as a Double-Cross

    The foreclosure system is clogged, both in Florida and across country. There have already been huge numbers of foreclosures, and there are so many in the pipeline, that the pace has slowed in recent ...

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  • Debt Settlement Companies Continue to Engage in Deceptive Practices
    Debt Settlement Companies Continue to Engage in Deceptive Practices

    Debt settlement companies are not supposed to engage in deceptive practices. Detailed government rules are designed to stop them from doing things like charging up-front fees that often leave debtors ...

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  • Bankruptcy and Credit Scores
    Bankruptcy and Credit Scores

    Filing for bankruptcy is always a big decision, with many factors to weight. One of those is the effect that a bankruptcy can have on your future credit possibilities. In the short term,bankruptcy ...

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  • Increasing Bankruptcy Among The Elderly: A Canary In The Coal Mine?
    Increasing Bankruptcy Among The Elderly: A Canary In The Coal Mine?

    Retirement was supposed to be "the golden years." But these days, many elderly people find themselves in dire financial straits. Mounting credit card debt is leaving many with bankruptcy as their only ...

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  • Congress to Consider Medical Debt Relief Act
    Congress to Consider Medical Debt Relief Act

    The nation's economic downturn has already inflicted untold emotional pain. Unemployment is high, real estate has sagged, and millions of Americans are crippled by debt problems. It has been, in ...

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  • Debt, Divorce and Bankruptcy in Florida
    Debt, Divorce and Bankruptcy in Florida

    Divorce and debt can be a double whammy. It's not only the fact that the stress of money problems is a frequent cause of divorce. That is indeed a major problem. But the issue goes beyond the cause of ...

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