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Your Debt in Bankruptcy: Secured and Unsecured

2017-01-20T00:06:02-05:00

Bankruptcy generally involves two types of debt - secured and unsecured. Let's start with secured debt. Debt that is secured generally means that you pledge an asset to assure the payment of the loan. The most common examples are car loans and mortgage loans. If you don't pay your car loan, the lender will repossess the car. If you don't pay your mortgage loan, the lender will foreclose and take the property back. There are other types [...]

Your Debt in Bankruptcy: Secured and Unsecured2017-01-20T00:06:02-05:00

Motion For Relief From Stay In Florida Bankruptcy Cases

2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

The motion for relief from stay in bankruptcy - it even sounds scary. And it can be. When you file for bankruptcy, you are protected by the "automatic stay". This prohibits creditors from taking any action to collect debts or from taking property which may be secured by the creditor's loan. A motion for relief from stay (MFRS) is the creditor's request to the court to get permission to continue its collection of the debt. [...]

Motion For Relief From Stay In Florida Bankruptcy Cases2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

5 Ways To Handle Underwater Mortgages In Orlando

2013-12-19T12:45:55-05:00

CNBC issued a report in May 2010 on the U.S. Cities With The Most Underwater Mortgages. Not surprisingly, Florida appeared on the list more than once. Orlando ranked #2 in the nation for the highest percentage of underwater mortgages – about 75%. Only 1 in 4 households with mortgages in Orlando have at least $1.00 in equity, and that might be disappearing fast. So what can you do if you fall into the “wrong” percentage? [...]

5 Ways To Handle Underwater Mortgages In Orlando2013-12-19T12:45:55-05:00