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October 2018 Archives

Dealing with An Upside Down Mortgage

Dealing with An Upside Down Mortgage v2.jpgHomeownership is an expensive investment in your family's future. When you purchase a home, you do so with the expectation that it will appreciate in value. Otherwise, you would just rent. Sadly, many Americans find themselves in a position where the value of their home is less than the homeowner's outstanding mortgage debt. This phenomenon is referred to as an "upside-down mortgage".

Protecting Yourself When Your Sole Proprietorship Closes

Protecting Yourself When Your Sole Proprietorship Closes v2.jpgYour small business represents the culmination of hard work, innovation, and your hopes for a bright future. Unfortunately, taking this risk to make it on your own can come with hiccups. In fact, many small business owners find themselves struggling with debt as part of their journey toward independence and success. At Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., we celebrate sole proprietorships and take pride in helping small business owners obtain much needed debt relief.

Can I Get Rid of My Mortgage Through Bankruptcy?

Can I Get Rid of My Mortgage Through Bankruptcy_.jpgFor many overwhelmed debtors, bankruptcy offers a chance to move past certain debts, and to ensure that those creditors can no longer harass you. This applies to many types of unsecured debts, like credit card debts, medical bills, loans, and more. So when it comes to many people's most important asset-their home-it is critical to understand what bankruptcy can, and can't, do regarding mortgage debt. In other words, can you get rid of a mortgage through bankruptcy?

Our bankruptcy attorneys will help you escape debt and
face the future with optimism.

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