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January 2017 Archives

It's time to assess your post-holiday credit card debt

In the weeks leading up to the holiday season, our blog spent some time discussing a few simple steps that consumers could take to avoid credit card mishaps. Now that the last of the cookies are gone, the ornaments are packed away and everything else associated with "the most wonderful time of the year" is officially behind us, it's time to assess how you did.

I'm Facing Foreclosure, Should I Consider a Short Sale?

Foreclosure is a difficult situation to face, but have you considered a short sale instead? Many people don't know the legal opportunity that short sales offer to homeowners who have fallen desperately behind on their mortgage payments. To end your strife and get started on repairing the damage, contact a debt attorney immediately to find out if a short sale is the right option for you.

Report: New foreclosure filings in South Florida continue to decline

While the past few years of reports on the state of the housing market here in South Florida, particularly as it relates to foreclosures, have shown remarkably steady improvement, many in the industry have remained understandably unconvinced that this trend would endure.

Is bankruptcy becoming more of an option for those dealing with student loans?

As we've discussed on our blog, those people looking to eliminate their private student loan debt in bankruptcy face a very real challenge. That's because the U.S. Bankruptcy Code dictates that no discharge can be granted for a loan made for an "educational benefit" absent a showing of undue hardship.

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