Since high school, I knew that I wanted to be an attorney. I have been out of law school for 15 years, and still have another 15 before my student loans are paid off; making my student loans on par with a home loan. The one difference is that there is no collateral for my student loan - it is not like my student loan lenders can repossess the knowledge that I've gained during college, law school and beyond. What happens, however, if I am unable to pay back my student loans? Many former students face this question every day, and, unfortunately, more will face this question moving forward.
Condos, Homeowners Association and Foreclosure troubles? Listen to part one of a 3 part series as Shawn Yesner explains a case involving a private lender involved in a foreclosure and was assessed a years worth of fees because the original attorney failed to mention the association in the foreclosure. Have questions about foreclosure? Call Yesner Law for a free consultation to learn how to protect yourself during a foreclosure involving a condo or homeowners association.
Prospective clients are often intimidated by the thought of filing bankruptcy, and with the volumes of myth, misinformation, and misunderstanding their fears are understandable. However, armed with the right questions and the correct information, liquidation or reorganization is a great tool to help people struggling to pay debt or affected by a major life change. The following list is the top 7 things we typically discuss with a potential bankruptcy client.
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