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Attorney General Eric Holder just officially announced that marital rights will extend to same sex marriage for the Justice Department, based upon some laws. He specifically mentioned benefit programs such as the 9/11 Victim Fund, litigation involving a married couple, federal prisoner rights, and the U.S. Trustee Program (bankruptcy). At Reinherz Law, I have previously […]

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Say it Ain’t so TO! I just saw a news article noting that Terrell Owens’s new wife is seeking an immediate divorce, and this is very soon after they were married. The article goes on to note that the reason for the divorce has to do with some financial issues, with the wife possibly believing […]

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If you are very “under water” on your home and thinking about doing a “short sale”, you might want to contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney right away to find out the best option for you. In 2007 law makers passed the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act to help folks escape taxation when mortgage debt is […]

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This article provided by Jean Winters, Esq. talks about what happens to your Home Owners Association fees and whether you can walk away from them after filing for bankruptcy. The answer isn’t that cut and dry because an occupants liability to an association, depends on when and which type of Pennsylvania bankruptcy they file for. […]

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A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Pennsylvania provides you a fresh start by wiping out or “discharging” your allowable debts. In October 2005, a new bankruptcy law went into effect which makes it more involved to file bankruptcy. There is a “means test” which you must pass to determine if you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or […]

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