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11th Circuit Decision Broadens Rights for Florida Bankruptcy Exemptions
May 31, 2015

the 11th Circuit opined on an issue that has been hotly debated regarding Florida bankruptcy exemptions. Call us: (727) 538-4188.

Dealing With Financial Stress
January 20, 2015

Stress is a fact of life, but financial stress is one of the worst offenders & figuring out how to deal with financial stress can be difficult.

How to File for Bankruptcy – Questions and Answers
December 16, 2014

Just acquiring a basic understanding on how to file for bankruptcy seems daunting. And naturally, anyone considering bankruptcy will have many questions.

Short Sale or Bankruptcy
October 31, 2014

The filer remains responsible for all homeownership responsibilities after the bankruptcy. Call Now For a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Foreclosure and Credit Scores: What Will My Future Look Like?
October 29, 2014

Each time you apply for credit, the lender will consult this number. The higher the score, the less of a risk you are to the creditor.

Six Tips for Negotiating Debt and Dealing with Creditors
September 12, 2014

If you are struggling to pay down your debt, chances are, you’ll need to communicate with your creditors at some point. Call Us: (727) 538-4188.

Understand and Prevent the Most Common Causes of Debt
August 21, 2014

Knowing the most common causes of debt will hopefully help you avoid them. Call Now For a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

How To Avoid Foreclosure During Divorce
August 12, 2014

To avoid losing their home to foreclosure, spouses should consider the following options. Call Now For a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Impact of New Statute of Limitations Case Law
August 7, 2014

The basic functionality of the statute of limitations is to prevent litigation of stale claims. Call Us a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Florida’s Standing in the Midyear Foreclosure Report
July 15, 2014

Foreclosure Market Report. The findings were generally encouraging, yet highlight the progress Florida residents still need to make.