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Too Poor to File (for Bankruptcy)
A Congressional overhaul of U.S. bankruptcy law may be keeping financially struggling people out of bankruptcy court, but it hasn’t kept them from going broke, researchers have found.
Child Custody If You Are Moving From Massachusetts to New Hampshire
Divorce can be a difficult experience, and it is sometimes made even harder when there are children involved, particularly if both parents want sole custody of the children. Unfortunately, child custody can become an even trickier situation if one parent has moved or is planning on moving out of the state, for example from Massachusetts to New Hampshire. MGL c.208 s.30 Massachusetts General Law discusses how child custody and moving across state lines are handled. This applies to both old and new custody cases. A minor child, who is a native of Massachusetts or who has lived in the state for at least five years, and has divorced parents cannot be removed from the state without approval. In general, either the other parent or a judge must approve the removal of the child…
What to do if Bank Won’t take Foreclosed Property Back?
Here is another question The Bank foreclosed but didn’t take the property and canceled auction on property and started sending me monthly statements. I don’t want the property and told them that, but they told me I can move back in; they stopped paying property taxes and insurance. I was discharged from debt with chapter 7; what should I do? Additional information: The property is vacant and I was wondering what happens next. I didn’t go to court because I wanted bank to take the property sooner rather than later. is it common for the bank to foreclose then change there mind and not pay taxes or insurance or are they still going to sale the property and try to collect money from me too. I maintain the property and pay water bill…
What you should know about the USFSPA and how it affects divorce
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What is Debt Settlement? Is it a Good Way to Avoid Bankruptcy?
People with multiple credit card debts have many options to try to deal with their debts. People naturally want to avoid bankruptcy. So many times, when clients come in to see me, they have already tried debt settlement. This article does a good job of summarizing the risks of Debt settlement. It can be loaded with traps The strategy is to stop paying on the cards, causing the collectors to settle for pennies on the dollar. But, in the meantime, your credit takes a huge hit, because you are delinquent for many months. You end up paying a debt settlement company the whole time, so you save up enough money to make lump-sum settlement offers to the collectors. But, in the meantime, the settlement companies rack up large fees. And, it is not…