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Attorney Cassidy Fordiani Graduates from 8-week Dale Carnegie Course
July 17, 2020

Congratulations to Attorney Cassidy Fordiani for graduation from the 8-week Dale Carnegie professional development course!  Attorney Fordiani was awarded the Human Relations Award for Leadership in recognition of her efforts during the course. Dale Carnegie training is recognized across the world and by countless notable executives for its role in their professional growth. Attorney Fordiani joined the Debt Fighters in September, 2019, where she leads our debt defense and negotiation team.  Her graduation is a great milestone and it is amazing to see her dedication to her work and professional development!

Debt Collectors Made Big Profits While You Were Stuck at Home
July 14, 2020

While you were stuck at home, debt collectors saw fish in a barrel to collect on past due balances While so many consumers and small businesses are fighting tooth and nail to stay afloat, a survey from Prodigal Technologies, Inc, indicates that more than half of Debt Collectors outperformed their pre-COVID metrics.  Prodigal’s press release on their survey attributes several factors to the uptrend, but one factor in particular for successful debt collection firms was that they were better able to track borrowers while consumers were stuck at home with Safer-at-Home orders. This data should be an important point for… Read More

BE THANKFUL
June 24, 2020

Bankruptcy Lawyer I was reminded today how powerful it is in shifting your perspective to be thankful. In times when things are tough or physical ailments are lingering, listing things you are thankful for can propel you forward. Recognizing and acknowledging times that you are thankful and grateful for now gives you something positive to focus on. Remembering and recounting times that you were thankful for in the past allows you to see the blessings and good things that have occurred in your life. In times of stress and panic, remembering five things you are thankful for can change your… Read More

COVID Bill Shock: Even the Giants Looks to Bankruptcy
June 4, 2020

Post COVID Bill Shock OK, so COVID hasn’t gone away, but the world has largely come out of our fox holes for better or worse.   And as the world looks more like it did before the COVID tidal wave, many consumers are now reviewing their bank and credit card statements to figure out what financial recovery looks like for them.  But they aren’t alone.  Big businesses across the nations are starting the hit the reality of the impact of COVID on the their finances. Big Business Bankruptcy In recent weeks, a number of larger businesses have looked to bankruptcy.  Some… Read More

Avoid These Mistakes Before Filing for Bankruptcy
May 26, 2020

Uncertainty looms during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The economy has seen better days and the need for financial relief is skyrocketing.

Defend Collection from Midland Funding LLC
May 18, 2020

Defend Collection from Midland Funding LLC If you have received a Notice from Midland Funding LLC, or if they have appeared on your credit report, do not ignore it! Use the below information and helpful tips in order to navigate how to deal with their collection efforts. Who is Midland Funding LLC? Midland Funding LLC is one of the largest debt buyers in the nation. If the following apply to your account, it may be purchased by Midland Funding: (1) At least 180 days have passed without payment; OR (2) Less than the minimum due has been paid for the… Read More

How Should Your Kids Hold Real Property Upon Your Death?
May 10, 2020

Bankruptcy Lawyer So you’ve made the decision to do your estate planning. Great! One of the most important decisions you’ll make is how to pass on your home and other real property. In addition to determining how you will pass your home (by will, beneficiary deed, or trust), you will need to determine how your children will jointly own the home. There are two options to choose from, which will be designated in your will, beneficiary deed, or trust: (1) Tenants in Common or (2) Joint Tenancy with Rights of Survivorship. Let’s discuss these two options.  Tenants in Common Tenants… Read More

How Lawsuits Impact the Need for Asset Protection
May 8, 2020

Bankruptcy Lawyer If you are working on your estate plan, have you thought about an asset protection trust? At first, you may wonder why you need an asset protection trust instead of a typical or standard trust. The answer may be in your likelihood of facing a lawsuit. Even if you do everything for your business by the book, it does not mean that you will never have a lawsuit. If you do have this as a risk, you may want to think about asset protection trusts. Of course, depending on your industry, you may not realize the risk of… Read More

COVID-19 and Foreclosures in Florida
April 28, 2020

Foreclosure can be very stressful, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. Get expert advise on how to turn your foreclosure case around from our lawyers.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Debt Collection
April 22, 2020

COVID-19 has affected businesses and individuals alike. To know more how this would affect your and your stimulus check, be sure to read our article.