Not All Debt is Equal in Bankruptcy

While you might already be aware of the fact expressed in this post’s title, it is important to distinguish the different kinds of debt and how it will impact your bankruptcy case. Debt comes in a variety of different forms, and it’s likely that you will have debt that falls under more than one of …

Prevent Foreclosure of Your Iowa Home

Foreclosure is a frightening word to any homeowner. The thought of losing your house – something you worked hard to buy and work hard to pay for each month – is a nightmare situation. If you’re late on your mortgage payments, it may feel like the whole world is closing in on you, and you …

Notice of Foreclosure in Iowa

Among the many reasons it’s critical to consult a qualified attorney when facing the prospect of foreclosure, the most important one may be their knowledge of the Iowa legal system and its foreclosure-related components. While most people understand the general idea and concepts of foreclosure, few are actually aware of the specific timelines, rules, and …

Alternatives to Foreclosure for Iowa Homeowners

For many Iowa homeowners, foreclosure simply isn’t an option. Losing your home will affect every aspect of your life, especially if you have a family with children. Once you miss three months of mortgage payments (as I detailed recently in a post about foreclosure and your credit) your bank will pursue a foreclosure on your house. While …

How Will a Foreclosure Affect My Credit Score?

Ninety days and seven years. Those are two of the biggest numbers to keep in the back of your mind when you find yourself facing foreclosure and trying to save your Iowa house. Ninety days – or three months – is the amount of time it takes the bank to initiate the foreclosure process if you’ve stopped …

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