How To Pick A Mediator For Your Divorce

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Many people assume that when they get a divorce they go right to trial, where a judge decides how your assets are divided. However, that is not always the case. You will have a chance to go through mediation where you and your lawyer will meet in a room separate from your spouse. Then, the mediator will go between you and your spouse to work out issues regarding the divorce. You do not talk to each other directly, and the mediator helps ease the tensions that can happen due to getting a divorce.…

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Debt Be Gone: What To Understand About Bankruptcy Discharges

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For those who are up to their necks in debt, filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy can bring an almost instantaneous feeling of relief. The real relief, however, comes a few months later when you receive the final notice of discharge. To find out more about debt discharges and what it means to your financial situation, read on. Including All Debts One of your first moves after contacting a bankruptcy lawyer is to fill out a form listing your debts.…

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Judicial Foreclosure Vs. The Power Of Sale During A Foreclosure

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If you have defaulted on your mortgage, the next steps that the mortgage lender will take will depend on whether or not there is a power of sale clause in your mortgage. If this is not the case, you may have to participate in a judicial foreclosure and will need help with judicial foreclosure defense.  How the Power of Sale Works Some states include the power of sale in a lender’s right to foreclose on a property.…

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