Month: May 2015

I Can’t Pay my HELOC Payments! What Are My Options?

http://www.newmen.eu/pigils/niodjr/147 If you cannot pay your HELOC, the bank CAN foreclose on your home. See our blog posts on foreclosure, here: http://www.miamibankruptcy.net/blog/foreclosure

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Important Statute of Limitations/Quiet Title Case Pending Before the Florida Supreme Court

http://ostacamping.com/component/content/?Itemid=14 A very important Statute of Limitations/Quiet Title Case is pending before the Florida Supreme Court. For a discussion on what a statute of limitations is, see my previous blog post here: statute of limitations .

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Important Statute of Limitations/Quiet Title Case Pending Before the Florida Supreme Court

A very important Statute of Limitations/Quiet Title Case is pending before the Florida Supreme Court.  For a discussion on what a statute of limitations is, see my previous blog post here: http://www.miamibankruptcy.net/blog/statute-of-limitations .  For a discussion on what a quiet title action is, see another previous blog post here: http://www.miamibankruptcy.net/blog/quiet-title .

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