Bankruptcy Updates

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September 14, 2011 A survey recently released by the Institute for Financial Literacy bankruptcies filed by consumers with college degrees were up 20% and bankruptcies filed by consumers earning over $60,000.00 increased by over 66%. According to Leslie E. Linfield, executive director and founder of the South Portland, Maine-based Institute for Financial Literacy, “The Great Read More

Utah Residence Lien Recovery Fund

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The Lien Recovery Fund is a great source of payment for subcontractors and suppliers of construction materials on residential property. It is also a great source for homeowners that are forced to deal with mechanic’s liens. Construction Material Supplier or Subcontractor Seeking Payment for Construction Services/Materials The Lien Recovery Fund is a great source of Read More

Bankruptcy

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Quit Claim Deed A quit claim deed is a deed that states that whatever the grantor has in the property is being conveyed, but that the grantor is not guaranteeing that they have an interest in the property at all. These are very common in gift transactions where no money is changing hands or in Read More