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How to Avoid Short Sale Scams

If you are considering a short sale as a way to avoid foreclosure or bankruptcy, you may be wondering how to find an experienced foreclosure defense attorney. Short sales can be extremely beneficial ...
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Using Bankruptcy To Save Your Home in Connecticut

Are you a Connecticut homeowner who has fallen behind on mortgage payments? Have you been served with a foreclosure lawsuit? You are probably losing sleep each night and your mind is probably racing ...
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A Loan Modification Can Stop Foreclosure

The terms of your mortgage are not written in stone. You and your creditor can agree to alter them. While this is entirely at the discretion of your lender, internal loan modification has proven a ...
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Connecticut Foreclosure Defense Options

If you find yourself facing foreclosure on your home in Connecticut, there are defenses that can help save your home for a substantial period of time, or help to dismiss the foreclosure entirely. ...
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A Short Sale Can Avoid a Judgment of Foreclosure

If your mortgage is being foreclosed upon, there are many options to avoid a judgment of foreclosure (and its potentially devastating impact on your credit report). The key is to be decisive in how ...
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