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  • By: Bach Law Offices, Inc.
  • Published: August 7, 2019

If you are having trouble paying off your bills and you are starting to get notices from creditors, you should consider the following options to help you resolve your financial crisis: Make A Budget The first thing you need to do is assess how much income you have coming in and how much money you spend. Make a list of…Read More

  • By: Bach Law Offices, Inc.
  • Published: August 1, 2019

Are you feeling overwhelmed because you are worried about losing your home? Have you exhausted all of your income and can’t keep up with your mortgage payments? At Bach Law Offices, Inc., we understand how terrifying it can be when you are having trouble making ends meet, which is why our team of dedicated bankruptcy lawyers is here to help…Read More

  • By: Bach Law Offices, Inc.
  • Published: April 2, 2019

Filing for bankruptcy is stressful and one of the biggest concerns people often have is whether or not they will lose their homes. Generally, the equity you have in your home will determine if you can keep it. If the equity in your home is completely exempt, you will likely be able to keep it. If you do not know…Read More

  • By: Bach Law Offices, Inc.
  • Published: January 30, 2019

Many people have mixed emotions when it comes to paying homeowners’ association (HOA) or condominium association fees. For some, it’s a costly hostage situation managed by their nosy neighbors; for others, it’s a necessary monthly fee that keeps the house community – as a whole – safe and in excellent condition. If you live in a home, condominium, or townhouse…Read More

  • By: Bach Law Offices, Inc.
  • Published: August 16, 2018

When you’re already facing financial hardship, the last thing you want to receive is a foreclosure notice. A lender initiates the foreclosure process when a debtor consistently fails to make their mortgage payments. During the foreclosure process, the lender regains ownership of the property and sells it in order to settle the debt. Depending on your circumstances, there may be…Read More