When it Comes to Separation Agreements, How Doing it Yourself Can Cost You Thousands By Daniel Miller In my domestic practice, I have seen people get in trouble when they try to get by without an attorney. I want to discuss one particular situation as a warning to...
The Trustee’s Power to Avoid a Mortgage Lien and Sell the Debtor’s House (Part One) By John Lee The next three blogs will be on discussing the Trustee’s power to sell a debtor’s home and the use of exemption law to protect the home....
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