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Student Loan Borrowers Take Out Larger Sums for Private Colleges

Student loan borrowers are often held responsible for making payments of over $350 a month, not only straining budgets but also straining marriages to the point of divorce.

Serious Court Judgments: It Can Be Much Worse Than You Imagined

A default judgment is a problem for most due to the potential for wage garnishments of up to 25 percent of disposable income, levying of bank accounts, and seizure of property.

Chief Student Loan Watchdog Resigns

There may be further worries on the student loan debt front as recent news announces the resignation of Seth Frotman, student loan ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Default Judgments: A Matter Far Serious Than Your Credit Report

You may not have a lot of notice regarding a default judgment, and it can be quite a shock to try to go through the grocery checkout line only to discover your funds have been frozen.

How Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can help you get the fresh start you need to get your finances back on track.

Bankruptcy Attorney in Miami FL

Many people with past due mortgage payments or excessive debt often ask themselves, "Should I File for Bankruptcy?" At Marrero, Chamizo, Marcer Law, LP our Attorneys will carefully review your case to provide you the best options to resolve your financial problems.

Jackman v. Account Specialists

State law (since statehood) required husband to be responsible for medical bills of wife. Court of appeals found the statute to be unconstitutional. As a result, the next legislative secession, the law was changed to make both spouses responsible for the medical debts or necessities of the other spouse.

University Hospitals v. Annesley

Appeal concerned funds exempt or not in a Bankruptcy action. Suit had been filed against husband and wife for medical bills incurred by wife. The end result was the law set out when and how much certain funds paid by an annuity or other periodic payments would be exempt from creditors reach.

Small Business Account Receivables

Considerations in collecting receivables.

Chapter 12 bankruptcy basics

Chapter 12 bankruptcy is utilized by farmers and fisherman

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