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Blog Posts in October, 2016

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  • What Happens If I Can't Pay a Judgment?
    What Happens If I Can't Pay a Judgment?

    Question: What happens if I can’t pay a judgment? I have a judgment entered against me for $1600. I don’t own anything significant. My only income is Social Security disability. Is there a way to end ...

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  • Effect of Signing Power of Attorney
    Effect of Signing Power of Attorney

    Question: If I sign as power of attorney for my mother, am I responsible for her financial obligations? Can her creditors come after my assets to pay her obligations? Answer: Signing a power of ...

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  • Divorce and Rights of Creditor
    Divorce and Rights of Creditor

    Question: How do I get my name off of the home loan? I’ve been divorced now for almost 2 years. My credit is hurting because my ex-husband won’t refinance the loan. The bank would not remove my name. ...

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  • I Recently Found out That My Mother Had Been Using My Information for Credit Since I Was 14 Years Old
    I Recently Found out That My Mother Had Been Using My Information for Credit Since I Was 14 Years Old

    Question: I recently found out that my mother had been using my information for credit since I was 14 years old. When I turned 18 she said she would get a card in my name to help me establish credit, ...

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