Monthly Archives: February, 2010

Lien Avoidance in Bankruptcy, Part One

Guest Blogger  Russell A. DeMott, a Charleston, South Carolina bankruptcy lawyer who helps clients file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, begins his series today. Lien Avoidance in Bankruptcy (Part One) The Bankruptcy Code allows both judicial liens and liens on household goods to be “avoided,” that is, removed from your property.  In this three-part […]

When Foreclosure Threatens: Can You Afford to Keep Your Home? Part 1 — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

Foreclosure rates are as alarming as unemployment rates. Deciding what to do if your home is threatened in this way is a severe test of maturity. We don’t want to lose what is usually both our biggest financial investment and, truly, our safety and refuge. One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article […]

When Foreclosure Threatens: Can You Afford to Keep Your Home? — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

Foreclosure rates are as alarming as unemployment rates. Deciding what to do if your home is threatened in this way is a severe test of maturity. We don’t want to lose what is usually both our biggest financial investment and, truly, our safety and refuge. One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article […]

Losing a Job: Ten Things You Can Do to Make It Less Painful, Part 3 — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

Unemployment rates continue to frighten most anyone who is watching. People are losing jobs, and it can be horribly difficult to find a new one, especially one that approaches the salary and benefits of an earlier one.  Times are different and they are difficult. One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article I’m […]

Lien Avoidance in Bankruptcy

From time to time, a Guest Blogger will share voice at the New Mexico Bankruptcy Law Blog. Today, we welcome Russell A. DeMott, a Charleston, South Carolina bankruptcy lawyer who helps clients file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Russell also is a Contributing Author at the Bankruptcy Law Network, an ABA “Top 100 Law […]

Losing a Job: Ten Things You Can Do to Make It Less Painful, Part 2 — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

Unemployment rates continue to frighten most anyone who is watching. People are losing jobs, and it can be horribly difficult to find a new one, especially one that approaches the salary and benefits of an earlier one.  Times are different and they are difficult. One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article I’m […]