Call for a Free Consultation 251.241.5234
Featured Article
AM I LIABLE FOR MY DECEASED SPOUSE'S DEBTS?
AM I LIABLE FOR MY DECEASED SPOUSE'S DEBTS?

A: If you are married and your deceased spouse is the only party who signed as the borrower under a debt, including a mortgage, then you as the non-borrower are not personally liable. A secured lender, however, retains its rights which were granted by the deceased spouse ...

Read More
Recent Posts
  • AM I LIABLE FOR MY DECEASED SPOUSE'S DEBTS?

    A: If you are married and your deceased spouse is the only party who signed as the borrower under a debt, including a mortgage, then you as the non-borrower are not personally liable. A secured ...

    Read More
  • What Happens After the Mortgage Lender Forecloses on my Property?

    If you are title owner of the property in question, the lender, also known as the Lienholder, who successfully sold the property at a foreclosure sale would not be filing an "eviction" civil action ...

    Read More
  • What If the IRS Collects on a Discharged Debt Post-Bankruptcy?

    I have been involved in several matters over the years where a client informed me that the Internal Revenue Service resumed collection of income taxes which were discharged in a bankruptcy case. The ...

    Read More
  • What Kind of Information is Needed for a Bankruptcy Case ?

    The first thing that every bankruptcy attorney needs to discuss with a potential client is the importance of complete and accurate documentation for the case. In a consumer, or “non business” ...

    Read More
  • My Mortgage Lender has Declared My Mortgage in Default? What are my Legal Rights in Alabama?

    The only real option in this situation is for the borrower to apply for a modification of the loan, which can lower the monthly payment, extend the term of the loan, and lower the interest rate. It ...

    Read More
  • What Divorce Related Debts Can Be Discharged?

    One of the most difficult issues to settle in a divorce case is the debt incurred by one or both spouses. In some cases the debt itself is the main reason the parties are in the divorce case. In the ...

    Read More