Small Victory for Condominium Associations

Foreclosure Mortgage • Author Mark Martella, Esq • Sep 12, 2014

The ripple effects of the mortgage crises have affected many condominium and homeowners associations. The problem arises for the associations and all of the unit owners as a result of once someone stops making their mortgage payments, they also usually stop making their association payments.

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Debunking Bankruptcy Myths

Bankruptcy Resources • Author Mark Martella, Esq • Sep 05, 2014

Most people, when they feel they have been wronged and need an attorney, are quick to pick up the phone and make an appointment. The general exception to this rule is for people who are facing the possible need to file bankruptcy.

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Seven Big Lies Collection Agencies Tell

Bankruptcy Resources • Author Mark Martella, Esq • Aug 21, 2014

In meeting with clients, I am always amazed at some of the lies they have been told by collection agencies, in order to induce them to make a payment. Unfortunately, these tactics are successful in many instances, especially with the elderly.

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Buying a Home After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Resources • Author Mark Martella, Esq • Jul 24, 2014

One of the big “bankruptcy myths” I always find myself having to dispel with potential clients, as well as members of the general public, is that “if you file for bankruptcy, your credit is ruined forever and you cannot do anything with regard to credit for at least 10 years”.

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