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PREVENTING DEFAULT IN A FORECLOSURE LAWSUIT PART 4

This concludes the series of guest posts by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner. The earlier posts in the series are here, here, and here.     HOW TO PREVENT A DEFAULT JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU FOR FORECLOSURE By N. Ana Garner, Esq. 4.  At the end of the answer, you can assert defenses. An important […]

PREVENTING DEFAULT IN A FORECLOSURE LAWSUIT PART 3

Lawsuits can continue like a river … don’t let a foreclosure lawsuit carry you too far downstream …. This continues the series of guest posts by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner. The earlier posts in the series are here and here.     HOW TO PREVENT A DEFAULT JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU FOR FORECLOSURE By […]

PREVENT A DEFAULT JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU IN A FORECLOSURE LAWSUIT PART 2

Remember, don’t keep your head in the sand…. This continues the series of guest posts by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner. The first in the series is here.     HOW TO PREVENT A DEFAULT JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU FOR FORECLOSURE By N. Ana Garner, Esq.  Why do so many people let a default judgment […]

HOW TO PREVENT A DEFAULT JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU IN A FORECLOSURE LAWSUIT PART 1

The prior 3 posts concluded the first series of guest posts by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner. (Those earlier posts in the series are here, here, and here.) Ms. Garner now begins a second series — there is some overlap, but good information bears repeating! HOW TO PREVENT A DEFAULT JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU FOR […]

NEW MEXICO’S FORECLOSURE PROCESS

This continues the series of guest posts by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner. The earlier posts in the series are here, and here.     UNDERSTANDING THE FORECLOSURE PROCESS IN NEW MEXICO By N. Ana Garner, Esq. The most important event to avoid is a deficiency judgment.  A deficiency judgment is the difference in […]

NM FORECLOSURE ASSISTANCE SERIES CONTINUES PART 2

  This continues the series of guest posts by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner. The first in the series is here.     UNDERSTANDING THE FORECLOSURE PROCESS IN NEW MEXICO By N. Ana Garner, Esq. Typically,  you will receive telephone calls from the servicer (the company to whom you make payments) very soon after […]

NM FORECLOSURE ASSISTANCE SERIES PART 1

From time to time, other attorneys guest post here. Today begins a series by foreclosure defense attorney N. Ana Garner, who represents homeowners in the Santa Fe and Albuquerque areas. UNDERSTANDING THE FORECLOSURE PROCESS IN NEW MEXICO N. Ana Garner, Esq. Have you missed a mortgage payment? Here’s a guide about what you can expect.  […]

FREE NM FORECLOSURE ASSISTANCE WEEKEND

Starting tomorrow, March 15, 2012 and continuing through Sunday, March 18, 2012, there is a free, four-day foreclosure assistance event taking place at the University of  New Mexico School of Law in Albuquerque.  It is free and open to the public, and no reservations are needed. For more information, visit   helpingnmhomeowners.com, or email info@helpingnmhomeowners.com.  […]

Federal Trade Commission Bans Debt Management Companies From Taking Advance Fees

The Baltimore Sun today announced the following great news: FTC Bans Advance Fees at Debt Relief Companies The Federal Trade Commission announced that companies promising over the phone to reduce your credit card or other debt can’t charge you a fee until they do their job. The rule affects for-profit businesses and will kick in […]

Top Ten Personal Financial Mistakes – Part 11: Failing to Act When Necessary — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

How do you end up in financial distress? There are many reasons, and, when it comes to facing a potential bankruptcy, very often the biggest triggering event is a medical crisis or a divorce. But there are smaller factors that can add up to your finding yourself in a big crisis. This is the last […]