Monthly Archives: March, 2010

When Foreclosure Threatens: Can You Afford to Keep Your Home? Part 4b — 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 Threaten: Can You Afford to Keep Your Home? Part 4a — 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? Part 3

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 […]

Lien Avoidance in Bankruptcy, Part Three

This is the third and final post in a three-part series by Charleston Bankruptcy Lawyer, Russell A. DeMott.  Russ explains how you can use the Bankruptcy Code to strip liens from personal property. You might be embarrassed to admit it, but you did it.  You went to what I call “Flakey Finance Company.”  You needed […]

Lien Avoidance in Bankruptcy, Part Two

This is the second post in a three-part series by Charleston Bankruptcy Lawyer, Russell A. DeMott.  Russ also practices real estate law, and has shared his knowledge of how the Bankruptcy Code can be used to strip judgment liens from real estate. In “Lien Avoidance (Part One),” I introduced the concept of liens.  In this […]

When Foreclosure Threatens: Can You Afford to Keep Your Home? Part 2 — 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 […]