• Missouri Foreclosure Actions

    There are many reasons why a homeowner is unable or otherwise stops making their monthly mortgage payment: Laid-off from work, fired or unemployed. Employment transfer to another state. Unable to work as a result of illness. Unable to work as a result of family difficulties. Excessive debt.

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  • Weekly Edge #35: Marketing Your Law Firm With Zero Budget

    At JurisPage we are legal marketing specialists — creating marketing campaigns for clients is an important part of our business, and we want your firm to succeed! For this reason, we have decided to share a curated list of marketing techniques that are absolutely free and can help build your firm’s brand or client-base. How to Grow Your Blog to 100,000 Visits a Month Within 1.

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  • George W. Montgomery—Ponzi Scheme

    George W. Montgomery—Ponzi Scheme February 11, 2016 George W. Montgomery, Deceased Former Arizona State University Football Captain, Allegedly Operated a Multimillion Dollar Twin Peaks Ponzi Scheme, Terminated by Fortune Financial Services and United Planners Financial Services Have you lost funds investing with George Montgomery? George Montgomery, the now deceased former ...

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 5 readers -
  • Coping with Grief After Wrongful Death of a Loved One

    Dealing with the wrongful death of a loved one would be extremely difficult for anyone, regardless of circumstance. It is natural to feel grief and anguish after losing a parent, spouse, child, or immediate family member. The mourning process can go on for years after the sudden death of someone close, and everyone copes with grief differently.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 5 readers -
  • Charlotte Man Pleads Guilty to Securities & Wire Fraud

    February 10, 2016- Charlotte, North Carolina The Charlotte Observer reports that Frank Enrique Lleras, of Charlotte, pleaded guilty to securities fraud and wire fraud in connection with a real estate scheme that bilked victims out of over $3 million. Victims were led to believe that his company Optimum Property Investments made money by purchasing distressed and foreclosed ...

    Rex Securities Law- 5 readers -
  • Wayne Kirk/Reef Securities Investigation–Update

    February 11, 2016- Richardson, Texas Rex Securities Law is investigating Harris Wayne Kirk , a stock broker currently registered with Reef Securities, Inc. Kirk’s FINRA record indicates that he has been named in 3 customer disputes. A FINRA arbitration filed filed by a customer was recently settled for $25,000.

    Rex Securities Law- 6 readers -
  • Martin Eisenstein and David Bertoni Pen Cover Article for State Tax Notes

    The cover story in the February 8, 2016, issue of State Tax Notes is B&I partners Martin Eisenstein and David Bertoni’s article on “Taxing Thin Air: Cloud Computing Meets Limitless Jurisdiction.” Eisenstein and Bertoni focus attention on recent state efforts to expand their taxing jurisdiction to include cloud computing services through theories of “virtual physical presen ...

    Brann & Isaacson- 5 readers -
  • What Happens If I Guarantee Another Individual’s Debt?

    What Happens If I Guarantee Another Individual’s Debt? Posted on Feb 11, 2016 By Grant McNutt February 11, 2016 by Grant McNutt I get asked by clients all the time why they are now being sued for a debt they guaranteed or co-signed with another individual, usually a relative or close friend. They will say “I am just the co-signor. It is their debt.

    Grant Mcnutt/ Bond and Botes- 8 readers -
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