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The Debtor’s Self-Help Guide By www.debtorselfhelp.com
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Did you know that a collection agency can place unfavorable information on your credit report for a debt that is not yours? This can happen if you fail to respond to a demand letter from a... More > collection agency. The Debtor's Self-Help Guide is the only pro-debtor book that offers guidance and documents to effectively oppose unscrupulous collection agencies. The book contains practical and tested information and documents that help to keep debt collectors at bay. Debt collectors rely on a consumer's lack of knowledge of the law and the legal process to intimidate the consumer and take control of the debt collection process. A fundamental understanding of the law and the legal process, as it relates to debt collection, is all you need for the best possible outcome. This book will teach you the fundamentals and give you the tools to level the playing field< Less
The History and Function of Property Exemptions in Oklahoma Law By James M. Branum
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This book discusses the history behind Oklahoma's exemption laws (the laws that determine what property can a debtor keep safe from seizure by creditors), the current function of these laws, as well... More > as suggestions for reform of both the homestead and personal property exemptions. This book would be of interest not only to lawyers but also to policymakers and legal historians. About the author: James M. Branum is a solo attorney in Oklahoma. He also serves as the Minister of Peace & Justice of Joy Mennonite Church in Oklahoma City and as the advising attorney of the Oklahoma Center for Conscience and Peace Research. He is a past chair of the Military Law Task Force of the National Lawyers Guild. He has taught continuing legal education seminars on a variety of topics in several states. He was the named one of the 2010 “Legal Rebels” by the American Bar Journal. He is the author of the book US Army AWOL Defense: A Practice Guide and Formbook. His website can be found at www.jmbranum.com.< Less
The History and Function of Property Exemptions in Oklahoma Law By James M. Branum
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This book discusses the history behind Oklahoma's exemption laws (the laws that determine what property can a debtor keep safe from seizure by creditors), the current function of these laws, as well... More > as suggestions for reform of both the homestead and personal property exemptions. This book would be of interest not only to lawyers but also to policymakers and legal historians. About the author: James M. Branum is a solo attorney in Oklahoma. He also serves as the Minister of Peace & Justice of Joy Mennonite Church in Oklahoma City and as the advising attorney of the Oklahoma Center for Conscience and Peace Research. He is a past chair of the Military Law Task Force of the National Lawyers Guild. He has taught continuing legal education seminars on a variety of topics in several states. He was the named one of the 2010 “Legal Rebels” by the American Bar Journal. He is the author of the book US Army AWOL Defense: A Practice Guide and Formbook. His website can be found at www.jmbranum.com.< Less
How to File Bankruptcy By Jill Sadelstein
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What is bankruptcy? It is defined as a process by which a debtor clears his debts with the help of the Bankruptcy Court (Federal Court). A debtor can file for bankruptcy under the bankruptcy laws of... More > Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Filing for bankruptcy is the last resort because it can blemish the credit report for nearly ten years. A debtor files bankruptcy based on the amount he owes his creditors. Depending on his type of debt he can choose the form of bankruptcy - Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. If Chapter 7 is the form of bankruptcy chosen by the debtor, the court cancels all his debts provided he surrenders all his properties. However, if he chooses the Chapter 13 as his form of bankruptcy, he is allowed to keep his properties but he has to deposit a stipulated amount in the court to clear off his debts. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your Nook or other reading device.< Less