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Disability and Your Property: Who Pays for Upgrades?

September 27, 2013

(US Property Law) Victims who suffer an injury may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, disability benefits, or compensation arising from a civil claim against the party at fault for the injury. In the interim, victims may find it difficult to move around their home. Widening doorways, modifying the restroom for improved access, and adding […]

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How Bankruptcy can Keep You from Losing Your Home

May 23, 2013

(U. S. Property Law and generally) Distressed homeowners facing foreclosure should be aware that there is a way to stop foreclosure, restructure debt, and regain control of your finances. No, it is not a get-rich-quick scheme, it is called reorganizational bankruptcy. More commonly known as Chapter 13 bankruptcy, this type of legal filing allows home […]

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Foreclosing On Your Property? Why You Could Be Facing Criminal Charges

July 3, 2012

(US Law) No one wants to lose their home. If you are facing foreclosure on your property, you understand all of the emotions that are involved. You are scared, angry, confused, and not sure what life will bring you in the future. When people are experiencing all of these different emotions at once, it is […]

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