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Bankruptcy Chapter 7

How Chapter 7 Works A chapter 7 case begins with the debtor filing a petition with the bankruptcy court serving the area where the individual lives or where the business Read More

What Is an Unsecured Debt Versus a Secured Debt?

General Rules For Secured & Unsecured Debt and Dischargeability of Priority and Non-Priority Unsecured Debt What Is an Unsecured Debt Versus a Secured Debt? There are two main types of debt in Read More

Selling A Structured Settlement To Buy A Home

With the current economic condition, sellers of structured settlements are being highly scrutinized by judges more so than ever. They are making sure that the purchase price is fair and Read More

How to Rescue a Bankrupt Business

Four Tips on How to Rescue a Bankrupt Business Buying a business out of bankruptcy might seem like a good deal, but it comes with risks. Heed this advice from others Read More

Child Custody Modification

Free Consultation Changing a Custody Order Print Español After a judge makes a custody and visitation order, 1 or both parents may want to change the order. There are many Read More


KEEPING YOUR CAR IN BANKRUPTCY                                    A CHAPTER 7 AND THE EFFECT OF TITLE LOANS People Read More

Documents Needed

Block 16.2  Article 2.3 Transfers of Structured Settlement Payment Rights   Quick Resource Guide:  “The List” of Documents Needed to Give to the OAG for Structured Settlement Transfers   Below Read More

What If I Have An Open Case Already In The Superior Court Of La County And I Want To Sell My Structured Settlement

Even more reason to get an adviser that is an attorney, not just a licensed professional.  The law requires you to get an independent professional adviser anyway when selling your Read More

Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans

  ‘Too Little Too Late’: Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="370"] Lawrence Sedita, a 74-year-old former carpenter, said he lost his health insurance about two years ago after his Read More

Transfer Companies Conducts Background Checks During Purchases Of Structured Settlements Payment Rights

Once you sign the contract, you will be giving the transfer company permission to conduct a background check.  This is standard operating procedure for the transfer company. The transfer company Read More

Bankruptcy and the Elderly

Opinion LETTER Bankruptcy and the Elderly A reader explains why today’s senior citizens are particularly vulnerable. To the Editor: Re “Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans as Safety Net Frays” (front page, Aug. 6): A downside for Read More

Structured Settlement Sellers Beware

​In yet another sign the structured settlement purchasing profession is in the regulatory cross hairs, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, CFPB, recently filed a complaint and action against settlement purchasing Read More

Reduce Risk In The Purchase Of A Pre-Owned Annuity

Proper Due Diligence is Critical to Reduce Risk in the Purchase of a Pre-Owned Annuity Pre-owned annuities (also known as a “pre-issued” , “secondary market” or “recycled” annuities) do offer Read More

Reason most Americans file for Bankruptcy

This is the real reason most Americans file for bankruptcy Two-thirds of people who file for bankruptcy cite medical issues as a key contributor to their financial downfall. While the high cost Read More

What Happens To My Structured Settlement After I Sell It

Have you ever wondered what happens after you sell your structured settlement? So you receive a structured settlement or lottery pay out, and later you decide to sell all or a portion Read More

The Jg Wentworth Companyr Urges Governor Hogan To Sign Bill Enacting New Reforms On Structured Settlement Payment Purchasing

Article on Business Wire Found this article the other day, and thought it just goes to show how the industry is changing, and points to the need of Independent Professional Read More

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