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February 2015 Archives

What is New York foreclosure fraud and mortgage fraud?

When homeowners struggle with serious financial challenges and find themselves at risk of losing their homes, they often search for any way possible to stop foreclosure. Unfortunately, the desperation and helplessness experienced by many homeowners facing foreclosure make them targets for mortgage fraud or foreclosure fraud. The incidents of mortgage and foreclosure fraud have increased in recent years, often taking the form of short sale scams or foreclosure rescue and loan modification scams.

Credit card debt leads to bankruptcy filing for celebrity

Credit cards can be a great financial tool for New York residents who need to make a large purchase or cover the expenses associated with an unexpected emergency. Unfortunately, however, credit card debt can quickly snowball, creating significant financial hardships for consumers. Many people struggling with high levels of credit card debt face creditor harassment, late fees and interest rates that can make paying off a balance seem impossible. In some cases, extreme levels of credit card debt can lead to filing for bankruptcy.

Consult a New York trusted advisor about Chapter 7

When New York residents are struggling with large amounts of personal debt, it may seem like there is no way out and no light at the end of the tunnel. Sometimes, however, all you need is the advice and counsel of an experienced professional who can explain what options may exist to alleviate some of your financial burdens. This is where we come in. As experienced bankruptcy attorneys, we can analyze your situation and explain the options that may be best for you in a comfortable and low-stress environment.

Things to consider when hoping to stop repossession

When financial challenges arise or things like unemployment suddenly occur, people's lives can be turned completely upside down. Many people do not have significant savings, so even a slight decrease in the income that was expected can wreak havoc on a budget and create serious problems. For many people struggling with insufficient income to meet their monthly financial obligations, one of their first concerns may be how to stop repossession of their vehicles. While bankruptcy can provide protection against repossession in some situations, there are also legal limitations on a creditor's rights when it comes to repossession of vehicles.

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