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Quiet Title Revisited: Not Quite a Dead End

Void means that the instrument meant nothing when it was filed, not that it is unenforceable now.

I know how hard it is to let go of something that you really want to believe in.

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Foreclosure

The indebted Polish fathers

Penal landscapes of all countries are built upon socially constructed crimes and punishments. For me it is the penal anomalies that are of most interest. As for the Polish criminal justice system my recent puzzlement relates to the extent of child maintenance arrears which might somewhat be viewed as a peculiarity of the Polish penal landscape. 626 more words

Poland

Chink in the Corporate Armor

For the last few years, owners of corporate entities have enjoyed an additional layer protection in Michigan that they may not have realized. As you are likely aware, corporate entities have acted as a shield against creditors looking to hold the owners personally liable for the corporation’s debt. 360 more words

Michigan

One Step Closer:It's Impossible to Tie Any Investors to Any Loan

The current talking points used by the Banks is that somehow the Trust can enforce the alleged loan even though it is the “investors” who own the loan.

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Foreclosure

Garnishments vs.Wage Assignments: What is the Difference?

I often have clients contact me once their employer starts deducting a garnishment from their paycheck.  Many are confused about the difference between an actual wage garnishment and deductions due to a… 624 more words

Bankruptcy

What Happens to My Tax Refund When I File Bankruptcy

In Colorado, the Earned Income Credit portion of the tax refund is exempt from the bankruptcy estate. Essentially, this means the Trustee administering the estate has no legal right to this portion of the refund. 334 more words

Bankruptcy

What is a Debtor

As very few businesses receive cash for goods and services they provide or pay cash for expenses they incur, common business practice is to sell goods and services on credit to another party who pays the business some time later. 262 more words