Posted on August 26th, 2015
The San Fernando Valley property of ex football player Terrell Owens may face foreclosure if he can’t sell the home within the 90-day time period, according to an article from Realty News.
Reports said Owens failed to pay $905,417.06 in mortgages for his 4,250 square-foot Sherman Oaks home. The 41-year-old football superstar listed the property for $2.35 million. The former player for the 49ers and Cowboys originally bought the property for $2.2 million in 2014 with his ex wife, Rachel. Owens recently sold the property for $2.2 million. The football player has a reported net worth of $0.
The lawyers of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, understand that in Birmingham alone many homeowners are being threatened with foreclosure. If you are in such an unfortunate situation, we may possibly offer you legal options to prevent foreclosure on your home. Find out how we may work on your behalf by calling (205) 324-4000.
Posted on August 5th, 2015
Although the United States as a whole has continued to see decreasing levels of foreclosure, there are a handful of states that still have relatively high foreclosure rates, according to data from RealtyTrac reported by USA Today.
The state of Florida reportedly still has the highest foreclosure levels across the nation, even though it improved by 22 percent in 2014. Foreclosure levels reportedly are also high in New Jersey, Maryland, Nevada, Delaware, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The mentioned states reportedly have prolonged foreclosure procedures that tend to last for a year or more before concluding. Though fewer homes nowadays are entering foreclosure, property owners who are still stuck in the process are often left struggling.
In this difficult situation that your home is being threatened with foreclosure, enlisting an attorney is crucial to finding legal solutions that will save your home. Get in touch with the Birmingham lawyers of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, today at (205) 324-4000 to learn more about your options.
Posted on July 24th, 2015
Although more homes were foreclosed in May than pre-recession levels, it is still nearly half the number of foreclosures that occurred in 2011, according to the Orange County Register on July 14.
According to CoreLogic data, approximately 7.8 million homes across the nation have been foreclosed in the last 11 years. This past May is the most recent month with data available; during this month, 41,000 homes in the U.S. were experienced foreclosure. CoreLogic also revealed that 491,000 homes nationwide are currently in different stages of the foreclosure procedure. Despite these seemingly large numbers, May of 2011 saw the foreclosure of 77,000 foreclosures.
The legal team of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, understands that in Birmingham alone, many homeowners are at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure. If you are in such a situation, our lawyers may be able to offer you legal solutions to save your home. Call our office today at (205) 324-4000 to find out how we may work for you.
Posted on July 10th, 2015
Facing unemployment is frustrating, espeically if you are burdened with credit card debt. Individuals who are in a situation like this may want to consider the following ways to alleviate their situation:
- If you are currently looking for potential employers, it is important that you are capable of stretching your money–though make it a point to settle at least the minimum of your monthly dues.
- Consider notifying your credit card provider about your unemployment; this is crucial mostly if you are planning to negotiate a delay or decrease in your payments.
- Avoid financing assistance that comes with high interest rates offered by credit card companies.
- Avoid any unnecessary expenses during unemployment and try to improvise ways to further decrease your daily expenses.
Aside from these tips, the lawyers of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, in Birmingham also offer other ways to help unemployed or employed individuals who are stuck with overwhelming debt. If you want to know more about the options that could alleviate your financial situation, call us today at (205) 324-4000.
Posted on June 30th, 2015
A meeting was held recently in Troy City to inform residents about predatory loaning businesses, WSFA12 reported on June 12.
According to Troy City Councilwoman DeJerilyn King Henderson, many consumers did not know that they are likely paying more in interest to payday loan businesses compared to financial institutions. The public meeting held on June 11 also informed people about their rights when dealing with payday loan companies. Henderson further said that payday loan companies often target people who earn less and cannot afford to apply for regular loans. The city of Troy is one of the cities in Alabama that do not regulate payday loan companies.
The lawyers of the Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, understand that in Birmingham alone, many people are burdened by overwhelming debts. If you think you are in such a situation, we may possibly offer you legal solutions to make your debt manageable again. Learn more about your legal options from us today by calling (205) 324-4000.
Posted on June 17th, 2015
ABC 7 offered some tips for senior citizens who may be struggling with debts as they reach retirement age. In this situation, you may want to consider the following ways to decrease stress over your finances:
- Identify all expenses and create a workable budget.
- Look for other ways to receive additional funds; however, make sure that other public benefits you get, like Social Security, are not affected.
- For those who have several debts, you may want to consider paying at least the monthly minimum of the debt with the highest interest rate. Another option is to consolidate debts in order to achieve a more manageable monthly payment.
- For those who are at a loss, pursuing help from an experienced attorney may help you weigh your options.
The Birmingham legal team of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, works for senior citizens and others who are overwhelmed by accumulating debts. Our skilled lawyers are committed to helping people regain stable financial footing. Find out how we may work for you today by calling (205) 324-4000.
Posted on June 2nd, 2015
Singer Lee Ryan of the once-famous R&B group “Blue” has sought bankruptcy protection, the 4th and last member of the group to make that decision, a May 18 article of The Guardian stated.
The 31-year-old music artist was pressured to file for bankruptcy by a debt collection firm. Ryan’s former band mates Simon Webbe, Duncan James, and Antony Acosta have all sought bankruptcy protection within the eleven years since their disbandment. A statement coming from a representative said that Ryan decided to file for bankruptcy in order to move forward and make the best decision for his family’s future.
In this tough situation that you are struggling with overwhelming debt, filing for bankruptcy is worth considering. The Birmingham bankruptcy attorneys of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, can answer your questions about bankruptcy and help you decide on the best option for your specific situation. Call our office today at (205) 324-4000 to find out how we may help you.
Posted on May 21st, 2015
The residential property of the former spouse of late Dallas Cowboys football star Bob Hayes is being threatened with foreclosure, a May 5 report of WFAA 8 revealed.
Reports said that former wife of “Bullet Bob,” Altamease Hayes, and her legal counsel sought a temporary delay of her house’s foreclosure. On May 5, Altamease’ mortgage servicer agreed to postpone the foreclosure of the 1,700 square foot Red Bird house for 30 days. Documents stated that Altamease has to settle debt of $67,200 to avoid foreclosure. According to Altamease, a lot of paintings and pictures of her late husband can still be seen around their house, and she never thought that she may lose her longtime home. Altamease suffered from financial hardships after losing her job in 2013.
If you believe your home is being threatened by foreclosure, it is important to enlist the help of an attorney who can offer legal options for protecting it. The legal team of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, helps families in Birmingham facing foreclosure. Learn more of your legal options from us today by calling (205) 324-4000.
Posted on April 30th, 2015
Ex Baywatch actress Nicole Eggert recently sold her luxurious Los Angeles home to pay off hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt, an article of Realty Today stated on April 28.
The 43-year-old who played the role of “Summer Quinn” in the 90s TV series reportedly sold her Studio City residence for $1.15 million to settle her debt totaling $805,000. Eggert’s home measuring over 9,000 sq/ft has been sold after she was granted permission by a bankruptcy court judge. Eggert originally sought bankruptcy protection two years ago. The former starlet, who recently opened an ice cream truck with her daughters, is expected to have a “fresh and sweeter start” now that she has paid on her debt.
Filing for bankruptcy sometimes is a viable option for people who are struggling with their overwhelming debts. However, if you are considering filing for bankruptcy in Birmingham, get in touch with the lawyers of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC. Call us today at (205) 324-4000 to find out how we may be able to help you bounce back.
Posted on April 20th, 2015
According to a new survey, many American families are still affected by overwhelming credit card debt, although the number is decreasing, an April 10 article of KOMO News stated.
In the survey conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), it was revealed that one in three family members is having trouble paying the monthly credit card balance. Those individuals who fail to pay their monthly dues eventually struggle with their debt because of the accumulating monthly interest. To manage credit card debt, NFCC Vice President of Communications Bruce McClary suggests that people should faithfully pay their monthly credit card balance in full.
If you are heavily burdened by overwhelming credit card debt, enlisting a lawyer could help you understand the legal options available to you that may help you recover from your debt. Call the Birmingham lawyers of Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC, today at (205) 324-4000 to find out how we may work for you.