Category Archives: Bankruptcy Law

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Rebate Checks Notice Letters to Cost $42 Million

We all know every time the government makes a concerted effort to do anything, theres more red tape than at a marathon supply dealer trade show. The latest evidence?
Rebate letters to cost $42 million
And, “It doesnt include the tab for another round of mailings planned for those who didnt file tax returns last year but may still qualify for a rebate.”.. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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How to Discharge Private Student Loans In Bankruptcy!

It’s difficult for laypeople (and sometimes bankruptcy attorneys) to believe there are legal options to reduce student loan debt after hearing for years that “student loans are nondischargeable in bankruptcy”.  Well, this is not always true.  They can be discharged – or partially discharged – and brand new payment terms set up. Take a look at a review posted yesterday of one such case by Aaron: Christie and her staff where very professional honest and straight to the point with my student loans! I was struggling with private loan monthly payments that I could not afford in which was affecting my credit. Continue reading → The post How to Discharge Private Student Loans In Bankruptcy! appeared first on Reboot Your Life: Tampa Student Loan and Bankruptcy Attorney Blog... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Congratulations to Former Slipster and (Congresswoman-Elect) Porter!

The New York Times, the Associated Press, The Hill, and many other media outlets are reporting that former Credit Slips blogger Katie Porter has won her election for California's 45th Congressional District. Anyone who knows Katie's work knows that she will fight for middle-class households. As happy as I am for Katie and for the country, it is bittersweet to lose a great co-author and research collaborator.   We also have been remiss in not congratulating another former blogger, Senator Elizabeth Warren, on her reelection. It is hard to believe that this modest little blog now has two former bloggers in Congress... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Norwegian Town Feels Housing Pinch

A Norwegian town invested millions of dollars in Floridas housing market, and has lost an amount equal to nearly a quarter of its yearly revenue. Now, public services could be at risk as the town leaders seek ways to save money... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Six winter driving tips to keep you safe in snow

The temperatures have dropped, and the first snowfall has gilded the ground. Winter seems to have officially arrived in Minnesota. With the holidays right around the corner, many Minnesotans are going to be on the roads travelling back and forth to holiday get-togethers. Though most Minnesotans are used to driving in snow and ice, it never hurts to brush up on a few winter driving tips. Here are six ways to drive safer on snow and ice this winter. Do not use cruise on icy, snowy or otherwise wet roads Most car manuals tell you not to use cruise control on slippery roads. If your wheels lose traction and start to spin, cruise control will continue to accelerate. This could send your car into a skid. Since you do not have your foot on the gas, you may not notice until it is already too late to do anything. Slow down This seems obvious, and yet, there are plenty of drivers that barrel down the roads at full speed when road conditions are bad. Everything takes longer on snow….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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