Have you heard of a company named Rise Above Debt Relief. I am thinking about them for debt relief.
I want a debt consolidation loan to pay off my credit cards. I do not want a debt settlement which will ruin my credit. Please tell me the difference.
If I default on my loan, besides affecting my credit and repossessing the car, what can the lender legally do? I know that if they sell the car, they will get enough to pay it off, can they take other measures to get the rest from me?
I am seriously thinking about doing a debt-consolidation because my credit card payments are a hassle to keep track of (who gets what when kinda situation). I have heard though that taking out a debt consolidation loan will hurt the refinance I intend to do in about 6 months. Is that true? Please explain your answer in detail as to why or why not it is a good idea. Thank you.
I have a judgment against my property from 2004. In the original paper work the only exemptions that I claimed was the property. I did not claim any personal property. They have now served me with copies of the right to personal exemptions. which I did not fill out in the original paperwork back in 2004. I have made payments to a law office in Raleigh, NC. Is this legal for them to do, and h...
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