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Major Banks to Start Correcting Credit Reports After Bankruptcy

Reported by: Robert DeMarco Bank of America Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (the “Banks”) announced they are preparing to delete negative credit reporting records for some borrowers who filed for bankruptcy.  The Banks, along with Credit One Bank N.A.,...
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Bankruptcy and Protecting the Assets of Seniors

Reported by: Robert DeMarco This May 13, 2015, New York Times article regarding bankruptcy and retirement accounts supports what I have been preaching to clients for years.  Time will always work against you. More often than not, people will deplete...
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Michael S. Mitchell Receives Certification in Consumer Bankruptcy Law

AUSTIN (February 20, 2015) ­­− Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) announced that Michael S. Mitchell received Board Certification in the area of Consumer Bankruptcy Law. Mr. Mitchell currently practices in Plano, Texas where he is part of the firm...
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Robert DeMarco: Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Robert DeMarco has been practicing bankruptcy law in California and Texas for over 25 years — representing both consumers and business owners. After years of hard work and dedication, he decided to take the next step and become Board Certified...
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Bowie Cuts to the Heart of Artificial Impairment

Written by: Robert DeMarco The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently clarified its position on class treatment in a single asset real estate bankruptcy case [In re Village at Camp Bowie I, L.P., 710 F.3d 239 (5th Cir. 2013)]. Village...
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