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Blog Posts in December, 2015

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  • Houston Couple Awarded $5.4M after Fraud Found in Foreclosure Case

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 28-Dec-2015

    A Texas couple knew that foreclosure was imminent after they fell behind on their mortgage payments for several months. What they didn’t expect, however, was when their foreclosure notice came from a bank they had never done business with. After a lawyer looked over their mortgage records, they came to the conclusion that neither the bank (Wells Fargo) nor their mortgage loan servicer had ...
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  • Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy: What's the Difference?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 9-Dec-2015

    If you are struggling with overwhelming debts, debt settlement and bankruptcy are two options that can help you regain good financial health. While many people are familiar with the word “bankruptcy,” debt settlement is less well known, and the differences between both options are unclear to many. For the benefit of our clients, this blog will serve to distinguish between these two ...
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  • Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 7-Dec-2015

    Considering filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Texas? You may have several questions about how the process works and how it will affect your financial future. Many people assume that filing for bankruptcy will cost them everything they own, but there are in fact several protections available to help filers keep more of their property or pay less to unsecured creditors. These ...
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  • Millions Misspent After Texas Receives Financial Windfall from National Mortgage Settlement

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 3-Dec-2015

    Three years ago, Texas homeowners facing foreclosure were given a glimmer of hope in the form of a $25 billion national settlement from five lenders who were accused of wrongfully forcing people out of their homes: Citi, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Ally. This money was earmarked to provide relief for Texas citizens, but so far, none has been spent to help struggling ...
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