Category Archives: Consumer Law
How Is My Credit Score Determined?
Your credit score is essentially a reflection of your ability to pay back the money you borrow. The better your score is, the easier it will be to take out a mortgage, car loan, lease, credit card or other forms of credit from lenders like banks and stores. Information about your our credit score… Read More »
Bankruptcy and Family Law Case Participants Beware
People in Florida who have filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, or who have filed paperwork in Family Court are the target of a new telephone scam. The scammers are using information taken from court documents to learn about court cases and which lawyer represents an individual. They then call the client… Read More »
Deficiency Lawsuits and Judgments
Around 2007 when the real estate market bubble in Northeastern Florida burst, many homeowners saw the value of their homes cut in half. To make matters worse, struggling businesses in St. Augustine and Jacksonville were conducting lay-offs or closing their doors altogether. Many families on Florida’s First Coast struggled to continue making their mortgage… Read More »