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Problems with Transfer on Death Deed in California
I get a lot of calls from people asking me if a California Transfer on Death Deed (TODD) is a good substitute for a Revocable Trust. Unfortunately, the answer is no because there are too many problems with a TODD.
The biggest problem that I run ...

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Debt Consolidation Pros & Cons

Consumer debt in this country has soared to $13.86 trillion, according to the New York Federal Reserve, an all-time high. If you’re having a hard time servicing your debt, you’re not the only one. Many people would like to know if debt consolidation is a better i...

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Access to Credit After A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

A clean financial slate means after your bankruptcy discharge, you can rebuild your credit and increase your credit score. The few who have been able to maintain their monthly payments and keep their credit score high will see an initial drop in th...

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Options for A Car with An Outstanding Loan In A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Many people considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy express concerns about what will happen to their car if it has an outstanding loan. Some people want to keep their car. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are three options in how to d...

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Does Your Sole Proprietorship Need to Bankrupt Because Of COVID?

A sole proprietorship is a business owned by one person or a married couple which has not been formally set up as a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC). If you created a business but did not file the necessary papers to ...

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Are You Eligible for an Economic Impact Payment (EIP)?

If you are a U.S. citizen or U.S. resident alien, you will receive the Economic Impact Payment (EIP) of $1,200 or $2,400 if you filed married filing jointly if:

• You are not a dependent of another taxpayer and
• have a work eligible Social...

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No Out of Pocket Payment for Our Social Security Legal Work

Our disability attorneys work on contingency. Disability lawyers are paid directly from the Social Security Administration (“SSA”), not the client. SSA pays the attorney only after SSA thoroughly reviews the attorney-client contingenc...

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What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, often called a “liquidation” bankruptcy is for people who will never be able to pay back their debts and need an entirely fresh start from burdensome debts. A Chapter 7 discharge eliminates most unsecured debts entirely and is often the bes...

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