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- My home is scheduled for foreclosure and trustee sale on 4/19/11.I've requested a loan mod and attempting to do a short sale but time is running out.If my home is foreclosed, how much time do I have B4 I 'm evicted and if the shortsale goes through,do I have to pay taxes on the forgiven debt or do I qualify under the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act
- I am a full time college student in Arkansas. My girlfriend and 4 year old son moved back to Phoenix to live with her dad and his family. I receive VA benefits to attend college and with rent and other items. I have also started working part time, at night, as the money I receive doesn't cover everything. I live very modestly as I don't have much time to do things. I received court papers suing for child support. She and I had already discussed our financial situation. She works full time with the Laveen school system. I try to assist with money but it's very hard. What can I do?
- I have had credit card debt for years that I have not paid on how long can they harassess me by state lasw
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