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Mistakes with Summary Judgements in Foreclosure Cases

Common Mistakes Made With Summary Judgments in Foreclosure Cases

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A summary judgement is a motion to make a judgment on a case without going to full trial. The summary judgment can be motioned when the plaintiff believes that the defendant has no argument against their claim. In the case of foreclosure you would need to provide evidence against the bank that could oppose… Read More »

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When a Lis Pendens is Filed

What Happens After a Lis Pendens is Filed

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Lis pendens, Latin for “suit pending,” is a notice that a lawsuit was filed in regard to land or property. It is typically filed in cases of ownership dispute. The purpose of the lis pendens can be for a party to protect its claim on a property and make it difficult to sell the… Read More »

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Fighting a Foreclosure

Fighting to Keep your Property During a Foreclosure

By Jacobs Legal |

Here’s what we can tell you if you find yourself staring down a foreclosure – do nothing and you’re almost sure to lose your home to foreclosure. But put up a strong fight? You might be surprised by just how good of an outcome you can achieve. At Jacobs Legal, we’ve been fighting –… Read More »

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COVID-19 and Student Loan Forgiveness

What You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Student Loan Forgiveness

By Jacobs Legal |

The far-reaching effects of COVID-19 have continued to make unnecessarily complicated processes even more complicated, which is evidenced by what we’re seeing with student loan forgiveness programs under the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. How the CARES Act is Impacting Student Loan Forgiveness Currently there are two major student loan forgiveness plans – the… Read More »

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The Credit System and Inequality

How the Credit System Perpetuates Economic Inequality

By Jacobs Legal |

A credit score is a tool used by lenders to evaluate an individual’s financial health based on their ability to make payments on debt. Lenders frequently rely on the Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO) rating system with scores that can range from 300 to 850 – the higher the score, the better in terms of… Read More »

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