Bankruptcy is the process you have to go through to begin again. The first and important item is to rebuild you credit rating. It is necessary to know how long your bankruptcy will appear on your credit report. The bankruptcy will be on your credit report for about 10 years. Although this sounds bad, it only takes about eighteen months of on time payments to your creditors to re-establish your credit. Just remember, it is possible to get good credit ratings after a bankruptcy.
To help your credit ratings you need to get a job, fulltime or part-time, it doesn’t matter. Another way to help your credit ratings is to get various copies of your credit report. Go over them in great detail to make sure that they are correct. You need to get rid of most of your credit cards. It is advisable to have only one or two. If you don’t have a credit card, try to get one from a local bank or store. If you can’t get a regular card, try to get a secured card.
Now you are on your way to re-establishing your credit, consider these ideas to help you stay on top. Keep open communication with your creditors. If they are advised of your current status they may have helpful ideas about repaying your debt to them. Making a budget will help you effectively pay back debts. Another good idea is to pay off your debts that have the highest interest rates first. Re-establishing your credit rating is hard work but can be done.
Most folks believe that after bankruptcy obtaining a mortgage for a new home is impossible. This is not necessarily the case as there are many lenders willing to take a chance on people once the bankruptcy has been discharged. However, there are few steps that need to be taken to improve the chances of a lender reacting favorably to the applicant’s credit history.
If the person filing for bankruptcy has rewritten any loans such as an auto loan to keep the vehicle out of bankruptcy, keeping up the payments on time will demonstrate an improvement on the potential borrower’s part about wanting to pay their bills on time. Additionally, if any credit cards have been opened since bankruptcy discharge, making sure they are kept up to date will also help the cause.
One of the main criteria lenders look at for home loans is the borrower’s debt to income ratio. Having recently filed for bankruptcy the debt should be minimal. Going through the credit report will show any debts that should no longer be listed and the process of having them removed begins with a written request to the agencies to do so. This process can be time consuming and often proof will have to be provided as to the validity of removing any items from the report.
Even with an appropriate income to debt ratio and a positive approach to keeping payments up to date may not be enough for some lenders to issue a mortgage loan. By waiting a year or six months following an initial rejection may vastly improve the chances of success.
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Bankruptcy | 6 Reasons Why People Go Bankrupt (and How to Avoid It)
Bankruptcy. What a scary thought. Over the years, businesses are not the ones going bankrupt, but rather the average people. In this video, I discussed the 6 main reasons why people go bankrupt and how to avoid it.
So what are the reasons? The first couple of reasons people go bankrupt are somewhat influenced by their own decisions. It is important to know what cause these bankruptcies, so you can avoid them.
0:00 - INTRO
0:36 - Reason #1: Poor Investment
2:31 - Reason #2: Divorce
3:28 - Reason #3: Addictions
4:14 - Reason #4: Getting Scammed
5:38 - Reason #5: Loss of Income / Unemployment
6:21 - Reason #6: Medical Bills
8:14 - Final words
9:05 - OUTRO
Reason #1 - Poor Investment
Some common sayings of investments are: “Don’t invest in something that you cannot afford to lose” and Don't invest an amount you cannot lose. And this is true on many levels. If you want to invest your life saving in lottery or gambling, you may need to think twice.
Reason #2 - Divorce
Sensitive topic for some. But divorce has been one of the top reasons people go bankrupt! Some people can even take majority of the asset regardless they have earned it or not.
Reason #3 - Addictions
Addictions can take over your life. And you may prioritize drugs, gambling, alcohol, or whatever your addiction may be.
Reason #4 - Getting Scammed
From telephone scams to pyramid schemes to MLMs, you may need to reconsider if anything sounds too good to be true. There is almost no quick way of making money, and if there is, you will likely lose it as fast as you made it! Getting scammed can ruin your life and take away your savings. So be sure to be prepared so you do not fall for them!
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Buying a car after bankruptcy is no easy task at first. With the right knowledge and resources you can be riding your new set of wheels in no time however. When you listen to financial experts you have the added experience and knowledge to make informed decisions. In this video we describe three great ways to get yourself a ride after going bankrupt.
You might think that making a major car purchase immediately after a bankruptcy filing is impossible. While it’s true you may not head out the next day to get a new set of wheels, you also don’t need to wait the 7-10 years. Although bankruptcy will still show up on your credit that long, the “weight” of the penalty decreases over time. What’s more, you can offset the damage of that penalty by taking certain actions now. So, buying a car after bankruptcy is possible, even within six months of your final discharge date.
Once your bankruptcy is complete, you’ll want to take steps to rebuild your credit before you start making major purchases. In an ideal world, you can recover to a good credit score before you start taking out big loans like a new auto loan or a mortgage. However, if you need a car to get to work and get things done, then you may not have time to wait around.
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How Can I Repair My Credit After Bankruptcy?
After completing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, a debtor may find it difficult if not impossible to buy a new home, get a credit card, etc., due to damage to their credit. Repairing credit after a bankruptcy is challenging, but doable. Here are some strategies on how to start.
Top 25 ways to break a contract by Attorney Steve® - especially NOW!!!
Some say - CONTRACTS ARE LIKE HEARTS - THEY ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN (except for my hot wife of course). THIS VIDEO PROVIDES SOME GENERAL TIPS ON HOW TO DEAL WITH LEASE WORKOUTS - especially in these crazy times.
2020 Update. With Covid-19 aka CoronaVirus (now continuing into late 2020) many mayors and governors are DICTATING shut down of local businesses (usually not the politically connected big box retailers) but the smaller local restaurants, bars, salons and gyms are all at risk (meanwhile Dr. Fauci is throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game and relaxing in the stands without a mask on). Hmm.
Mayors and Governors are literally telling businesses to SHUT DOWN or CLOSE DOWN or get FINED or LOSE YOUR LIQUOR LICENSE. Talk about Barbaric?
If a politician can take these heavy handed actions, and you cannot even run your business (make ZERO MONEY due to regulations), this can make your lease ILLEGAL (you cannot legally conduct the activity for which you rented your space for), or may result in COMMERCIAL IMPRACTICABILITY OR FRUSTRATION OF PURPOSE. These are common defenses to breach of contract.
Call us to have your contract reviewed at (877) 276-5084, and we can review your lease and send a lease workout letter to your landlord, and if they are not willing to do a damn thing (like many aren't because they are fearful of the floodgate requests that will follow), we can file to seek a Court to make a Declaratory judgment that the lease is VOID, ILLEGAL, or unenforceable as a matter of law.
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Qualifying For FHA Loan During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
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Mortgage Lender Overlays
The United States Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is the parent of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).
HUD is the governmental agency that creates and implements FHA Guidelines
All FHA lenders need to meet HUD Guidelines in order for the FHA Loans they originate and fund to be insured by HUD
HUD insures lenders against loss in the event the borrower defaults and the property goes into foreclosure
HUD will insure banks and lenders that follow FHA Guidelines
However, banks and lenders can have mortgage requirements that are above and beyond those of minimum HUD Guidelines which are called lender overlays
Just because a borrower meets minimum HUD Guidelines does not mean that a lender needs to honor it
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Bankruptcy and Your Credit Rating
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When a crisis hits, getting a head start matters and those who have prepared will fare better than those who have not. This engaging presentation on protecting assets from plaintiffs, lenders, creditors and the government will cover lessons learned from the financial crisis of 2008 that we can apply to the current landscape, what businesses can do now to transition into the recession, and how companies and individuals can protect their assets from litigation and creditor threats.
The instructor will share real-life stories and anecdotes, and will present a very practical approach to protecting assets. The discussion will also cover asset protection planning in a troubled economy, focusing on protecting assets from lenders and landlords and how to plan after a lawsuit, a default or an accident. Some of the specific aspects of asset protection that will be addressed include:
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7 Steps to Increase Your Credit Score
0:20 - Credit Scores are Always Changing
1:20 - Why Credit is Important
5:00 - What a Credit Score Means
6:15 - Types of Credit Scores
7:20 - What is NOT in a FICO Score
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7:35 - What a FICO Score is Based On
10:27 - The FICO Score Range
11:20 -STEP #1: Analyze Your Credit Reports
13:03 -STEP #2: Fix the Errors and Protect Your Credit
16:16 - Equifax Data Breach
16:31 - Credit Monitoring and Identity Theft Insurance
17:56 - STEP #3: Analyze Your Credit Scores
20:11 - STEP #4: Fix the Late Payments
22:28 - STEP #5: Become an Authorized User
24:17 - STEP #6: Request a Credit Limit Increase
26:17 - STEP #7: Pay Down Credit Card Balances
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9th Annual John T. Dunlop Lecture: Lewis S. Ranieri, Revolution in Mortgage Finance
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Revolution in Mortgage Finance
Lewis S. Ranieri, is the prime originator and founder of the Hyperion private equity funds (Hyperion) and chairman and/or director of various other non-operating entities owned directly and indirectly by Hyperion. Mr. Ranieri also serves as Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Ranieri & Co., Inc., a private investment advisor and management corporation, and he is founder of Ranieri Partners, LLC, an investment company focused on financial service opportunities. He is also Chairman of Franklin Bank Corp. and Root Markets, Inc., an internet-based mortgage leads company. Prior to forming Hyperion, Mr. Ranieri had been Vice Chairman of Salomon Brothers, Inc. (Salomon). He is generally considered to be the father of the securitized mortgage market. Mr. Ranieri helped develop the capital markets as a source of funds for housing and commercial real estate, established Salomon's leadership position in the mortgage-backed securities area, and also led the effort to obtain federal legislation to support and build the market. At Salomon, Mr. Ranieri had responsibility for the firm's activities in the mortgage, real estate and government-guaranteed areas.
Regarded as an expert and innovator in both the mortgage and capital markets, Mr. Ranieri has served on the National Association of Home Builders Mortgage Roundtable continuously since 1989. In recognition of his dedication and lifelong achievements in the housing industry, Mr. Ranieri was inducted into the National Housing Hall of Fame. He is also a recipient of the lifetime achievement award given by the Fixed Income Analysts Society, Inc. and was subsequently inducted into the FIASI Hall of Fame for outstanding practitioners in the advancement of the analysis of fixed-income securities and portfolios. In November 2004, BusinessWeek magazine named him one of the greatest innovators of the past 75 years, and in 2005, he received the Distinguished Industry Service Award from the American
Mr. Ranieri serves as a trustee or director of Environmental Defense and The Metropolitan Opera Association and is also on the Board of the American Ballet Theatre.
HISTORY OF THE JOHN T. DUNLOP LECTURE
The John T. Dunlop Lecture commemorates the life and work of the late John T. Dunlop, Lamont University Professor Emeritus of Harvard University from 1985 to 2003 and United States Secretary of Labor during the Ford administration. In a lifetime career dedicated to improving labor-management relations, Professor Dunlop's skillful arbitration and negotiation led to celebrated dispute resolutions in academia, industry, and government.
In 1999, the Joint Center for Housing Studies partnered with the National Housing Endowment and the Graduate School of Design to create a named lecture that would serve as a lasting tribute to Professor Dunlop and his many contributions to the national housing community.
Databite No 133: Fellows Talks with Michele Gilman, Anita Say Chan, and Dan Bouk
This Fellows Talks Databite to showcases our 2019-2020 fellows cohort: Michele Gilman, Anita Say Chan, and Dan Bouk. Lightning talks include:
The Class Differential in Data Privacy | Michele Gilman
Data & Society Faculty Fellow Michele Gilman discusses the ways that data-centric technologies adversely impact low-income communities. In her talk, Gilman argues there is a class differential in privacy law that harms poor people, but that poverty lawyers and their clients are working to challenge this differential in order to advance economic justice.
Feminist Data Futures and Relational Infrastructures | Anita Say Chan
Data & Society Fellow Anita Say Chan shares her work on data justice networks and research collectives in the global Americas, exploring their shared genealogies with feminist data methods developed at the turn of the century.
The Depth of the Data | Dan Bouk
Data isn’t simple, thin, or objective. Data has depth, that can and must be read deeply. Data & Society Fellow Dan Bouk demonstrates such reading in this talk with democracy’s data, the data produced by the U.S. census.
Data & Society’s Director of Research Sareeta Amrute moderates the discussion and audience Q&A. Learn more about our fellows work, wide-ranging interdisciplinary connections, and a few of the provocative questions that have emerged this year.
Data & Society’s “Databites” speaker series presents timely conversations about the purpose and power of technology, bridging our interdisciplinary research with broader public conversations about the societal implications of data and automation.
10 Bankruptcy Mistakes
Attorney Robert Peters shows how to avoid some mistakes when filing for bankruptcy. Here are some of the things that you should avoid while filing for bankruptcy:
1. Don't wait to file for bankruptcy. It's easy to hold off, but filing immediately may be your best option, because you never know what may happen.
2. Don't hide your assets. You're probably going to get into more trouble.
3. A second mortgage is not a good idea. You'll be risking your home. Since bankruptcy clears your debt, you'll be debt free!
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Bankruptcy Systems and Workflows with Ron Drescher
Bankruptcy law involves many moving parts and pieces that require careful management. Experienced bankruptcy attorney Ron Drescher will summarize the workflows and systems you can add to your bankruptcy law practice to stay efficient and lean.
A Mission Mantel Clock
In this video I show how I made a Gustav Stickley designed mantel clock. I found the original plans in a December 1905 issue of Craftsman magazine that was edited and published by Gustav Stickley. I'll put a link to that resource below. Call it mission, arts & crafts, craftsman or Stickley I find that this style of furniture and accessories fits well into any home decor. Quartersawn white oak is the wood of choice as it would have been for Mr. Stickley. I updated the movement and replaced the pendulum opening with a piece of art time that I obtained from Motawi Tile Works. I'll put a link below to their website. The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms is located in Morris Plains, NJ. If you're in the area it is worth a visit. I'll put the link to their website below as well.
This was a fun and useful project. I hope that you enjoyed the video. Comments are always welcome.
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How to Buy Foreclosure Homes: Beginners Guide
Along with giving you tips on how to buy foreclosure homes, this video explains the foreclosure process, the foreclosure laws and the benefits of buying a foreclosure to first-time homebuyers. Among these tips are pre-qualifying for a loan, hiring inspectors, running a title search and hiring a realtor.
Depending on your state, the foreclosure process is either judicial or non-judicial. Judicial foreclosures require the lender to sue the homeowner before it can foreclose on the house. In states that allow both foreclosures, the foreclosure process followed depends on whether the loan contains a power of sale clause.
The foreclosure process begins when the homeowner defaults on the loan and is issued a notice of default. Homeowners who fail to alleviate their default are issued a notice of sale, and their homes are listed at auction. Homes that do not sell at auction become bank owned as Real Estate Owned (REO) properties.
Auctions are very common and are great deals if homebuyers predetermine their maximum bids beforehand. Short sales help all parties involved by allowing homeowners to pay off their loans to their lenders. REOs allow the homebuyer to buy directly from the lender, and government REOs are usually well maintained.
Strategy for Survival: Using the New Bankruptcy Law to Save Your Business
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Featured speaker: Jim Irving, Office Managing Partner of Dentons Bingham Greenbaum's Louisville.
Due to COVID-19 operating restrictions, many industries are facing what can only be called an “Extinction Event.” There are daily reports of many well-known businesses filing for bankruptcy protection and economists predict that the nation may lose as much as 60% of its independent restaurants.
Small business owners are wondering how they are going to survive as they face reduced capacity, possible additional shutdowns and a hesitant customer. While many businesses have worked hard to access government financial assistance, rent abatement and loan deferrals, these strategies may not be enough over a long recovery.
However, small business owners should know their options. Brand new changes to the bankruptcy code through the CARES Act make bankruptcy not simply an act last resort but a powerful strategy for survival and continued ownership.
What Will Be Covered:
• Types of debt and negotiating with creditors
• Force Majeure Clauses in Leases and Agreements
• Chapter 7 vs Chapter 11
• Subchapter V overview
• Subchapter V strategies for business continuity
Rentals, Foreclosures, and Bankruptcy Court in the Time of COVID 19
On March 27, Housing Action Illinois facilitated a webinar with Legal Aid Chicago and the Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing with updates about rentals, foreclosures, and bankruptcy court during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Experts discussed what relief is being offered for homeowners and tenants by the courts, government agencies, and creditors.
MED Week Equip Small Business Success Series: Access to Capital for Minority-Owned Businesses
This special MED Week edition of Equip, presented by Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield, features a panel of industry experts who will provide an overview for small- and minority-owned firms on how to better access and utilize capital to grow their businesses.
Riana Pfefferkorn - What's New in the U.S. Crypto Wars? [30 Oct 2020]
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What's New in the U.S. Crypto Wars?
Riana Pfefferkorn, Stanford Center for Internet and Society
October 30, 2020
Encryption has been a topic of heated debate in the United States and worldwide during the last six years. The COVID-19 epidemic added a new twist to the debate: with millions of people now working, playing, and studying remotely from home, strong encryption is more important than ever to protect the privacy and security of our data and communications. And yet, the U.S. government is currently closer than it's come in years to effectively banning strong encryption.
Two bills have been introduced this year in the U.S. Congress that threaten encryption. One bill would strip a key legal immunity from tech companies to make them more broadly liable for child sex abuse content on their platforms. Called the EARN IT Act, the bill is widely believed to be a stealth attack on encryption, for which it contains only weak protections. Those protections, however, would be rendered moot by the second bill, the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act. That bill would directly mandate that U.S. online service providers must build a backdoor into their encryption for law enforcement purposes. This talk will review the two bills, provide some legal background for them, and explain why they're an incredibly stupid idea.
Riana Pfefferkorn is the Associate Director of Surveillance and Cybersecurity at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. Her work focuses on investigating and analyzing the U.S. government's policy and practices for forcing decryption and/or influencing crypto-related design of online platforms and services, devices, and products, both via technical means and through the courts and legislatures. Riana also researches the benefits and detriments of strong encryption on free expression, political engagement, economic development, and other public interests.
Prior to joining Stanford, Riana was an associate in the Internet Strategy & Litigation group at the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where she worked on litigation and counseling matters involving online privacy, Internet intermediary liability, consumer protection, copyright, trademark, and trade secrets and was actively involved in the firm's pro bono program. Before that, Riana clerked for the Honorable Bruce J. McGiverin of the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico. She also interned during law school for the Honorable Stephen Reinhardt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Riana earned her law degree from the University of Washington School of Law and her undergraduate degree from Whitman College.
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