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Top 5 Credit Score Myths

1. Paying Bills on Time Will Improve My Score That’s definitely a good start, but it’s not the only factor. Only 35% of the points on your score are directly tied to whether you’re making your payments on time. That leaves 65% of your score that has nothing to do with missed payments. 2. Carrying […]

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – How do Creditors get Paid?

Consumer Law Pro 2851 S Parker Rd, Ste 1158 Aurora Co 80014 Phone: 303-297-7729 Consumer Law Pro is designated as a Federal Debt Relief Agency by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States. We proudly assist consumers seeking relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. A Member of the National Association of Consumer […]

Don’t Wait For The Eleventh Hour To Hire Your Bankruptcy Lawyer

One of the common mistakes that many people make when it comes to hiring a bankruptcy lawyer is to wait until the last moment to retain professional help. The law does not demand that you hire a Colorado bankruptcy lawyer or a Denver bankruptcy attorney. You can file bankruptcy on your own without an attorney. […]

Rebuild Credit During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Rebuilding credit takes time, but it won’t take as long most creditors would have you believe. It is also possible to rebuild your credit while in a chapter 13 bankruptcy. Before you can start rebuilding credit, your chapter 13 plan must be confirmed by the bankruptcy court and you must obtain permission from the chapter […]

Dangers of using Petition Preparer to file your Bankruptcy

Dangers of using Petition Preparer (non-attorney) to file your Bankruptcy The United States Trustee recently filed a complaint against a non-attorney petition preparer for the negiligent handling of a client’s case. The trustee cited the recent increase in pro se filings that have resulted from individuals using a petition preparer to file their case. In […]

Why your mortgage servicer will not approve your loan modification request

In the past, a traditional mortgage lender would decide whether to foreclose or restructure a defaulted loan based on a cost-benefit analysis of available options. If the lender stands to make more money by modifying a loan than the lender would make on the home through a foreclosure sale, the lender would generally choose to […]

Importance of hiring a law firm for debt settlement

Why choose a Law firm vs. a debt settlement company? We have all seen the late night commercials or radio adds promising to cut debt by 75%. These companies and their sales representatives have only one thing in mind and that is to earn a commission. Not necessarily having your best interest in mind they […]

Debt Settlement

There are many commercials from debt settlement companies that promise to settle debts for pennies on the dollar or for low monthly payments. You should be skeptical about these claims. These ads and the national debt settlement companies are harmful to consumers. In some cases, it makes sense to settle your debt and Consumer Law […]

The Importance Of Choosing a Bankruptcy Attorney With a Good Reputation

When you are choosing a bankruptcy attorney, you should ensure that you are working with a reputed law firm or with a reputed bankruptcy lawyer. One of the reasons why people hire a Denver bankruptcy lawyer or a Colorado bankruptcy lawyer is to get professional assistance in ensuring the best possible outcome. It is therefore […]

Tips for Selecting a Bankruptcy Lawyer

When you decide to hire a bankruptcy lawyer you should take caution in choosing an attorney based on experience level rather than basing your decision on price alone. When you have reached the point of filing bankruptcy, you cannot afford to hire the wrong attorney. You need reliable legal assistance by your side. So here […]

Should You Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney?

Is it Necessary To Hire A Bankruptcy Lawyer? Filing for bankruptcy is one of the most distressing times of one’s life. Bankruptcy is the last resort to deal with one’s overwhelming debt problems and this should be strictly sought only when there are no other options. When people do go for bankruptcy filing, they will […]

Private Student Loans may once again be dischargeable in bankruptcy

On September 16, 2010, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law took the first steps in reversing language in the 2005 bankruptcy law related to private student loan debt by approving on a 6-3 party line vote H.R. 5043, the Private Student Loan Bankruptcy Fairness Act. NACBA has been actively involved in helping […]

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