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Personal Financial Information Sold to Third Parties?

Did you Know your Personal Financial Information Can Be Sold by Credit Reporting Agencies? Most consumers have no idea that the major credit reporting agencies, Equifax, Experian, Innvois and Transunion, are selling and sharing their private financial information. Each of the major credit bureaus has over 200 million files. Credit reporting agencies can sell your personal information (including unlisted phone number, credit score, current debt, debt history, property information, age, gender and estimated income) to debt collectors and financial services companies. This make it easier for them to find out more about you, your spending habits and credit worthiness. This

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Student Loans are presently near One Trillion Dollars!  Americans now have more student loan debt than credit card debt!  Additionally, student loan debt default rates are now higher than the default rates for other debt.  The current default rate (more than 90 days behind) is presently 11%!  So what do you do if you have student loans?  There are many options depending on the type of student loan you have (Federal, State, School Provided, and Private).

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Homeowners are often surprised to find out they are still liable for certain HOA fees on property they surrendered in Bankruptcy.  The surprise is justified though in light of the whacky Bankruptcy Laws concerning the same that were passed in 2005.  Bankruptcy Code 11 USC 523a(16) provides that bankruptcy does not discharge a debt:   (16) for a fee or assessment that becomes due and payable after the order for relief to a membership association with respect to the debtor’s interest in a unit that has condominium ownership, in a share of a cooperative corporation, or a lot in a

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  Identity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission. It is a serious crime that can wreak havoc on your finances and credit history. If you have unfamiliar accounts or charges on your credit report, you may be a victim of identity theft. If your identity is stolen, you need to immediately: (1) place an initial fraud alert with all three credit reporting bureaus, Transunion, Equifax and Experian.  (2) Order your credit report and review for unfamiliar or unauthorized accounts (3) Create an identity theft report by submitting a complaint to the Federal

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Receive $5000 to $30,000 in a Short Sale from Bank of America?

Receive $5000 to $30,000 in a Short Sale from Bank of America? At Doan Law, we have advocated short sales for all our clients intending on surrenduring their property.  We have identified 10 reasons for this which can be found on our website.   And now there is an 11th reason.  If your lender is Bank of American, you may qualify for $5000 to $30,000 in relocation assistance in conjunction with a short sale.   For more information on this, please contact us and we will put you in contact with our Short Sale Expert, Alan Shafran. Here is the

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Unlike other firms, our representation does not terminate upon discharge.  Not only do we want to make sure that your creditors never contact you again, but we also want to make sure your credit scores improve. Although a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may remain on your credit report for up to 10 years, that does not mean you cannot have great credit much sooner. In fact, you can generally have GREAT CREDIT in 1 to 2 years!   Bankruptcy is actually the first step in raising your credit scores! In most cases, the Bankruptcy will instantly improve your credit and increase your credit

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Credit Cards after Bankruptcy

So many people think that after Bankruptcy, their credit is forever ruined and they will never get a credit card again. Nothing could be further form the truth.  In fact, many creditors actively solicit discharged debtors for credit cards again.  For example, each day the Carlsbad office receives numerous letters from Capitol One on recent discharges.  The typical offer states,   “You’re working to get back on track–trying to stay on top of your bills and monitoring your finances.  Apply today to enjoy the advantages of this Capitol One Platinum MasterCard offer: * No Annual Fee * 0% Intro APR

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Unclaimed Money?

Did you know that you may have unclaimed money floating out there?  In Bankruptcy, all assets must be disclosed.  But sometimes debtors are unaware that they have certain assets.  This can often come as a pleasant surprise!   The State of California maintains a website for individuals to search for the unclaimed property it has in its possession.  Currently almost 18 million Californians are unaware of the $6.1 Billion the state is presently holding in trust for them.   Simply do a search at this website and fill out the forms to make your claim!  Or, please contact us and

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$25 Per Day If No Pink Slip?

  Did you know that when you pay off your vehicle, the lender has 15 days to send you the Pink Slip?  If you do not receive the signed off pink slip within that time, then you are entitled to $25 per day for each day over 15 days, up to a maximum of $2,500.00.   Moreover, if you then make a demand for the $25 per day and they fail to pay the same within 60 days, the amount triples, up to $7,500.00!  Additionally, you are also entitled to attorney’s fees and costs!  See Vehicle Code 5753.   So if

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I can recover Garnished Wages and Bank Levies?

Yes you can!  Bankruptcy not only eliminates debt, but can also be a tool to recover previously garnished wages, levied monies from bank accounts, liens, and other involuntary transfers. Under 11 USC 547, property taken within 90 days of filing bankruptcy can be recovered thru the filing of an Adversary Proceeding in the Bankruptcy Court.  Generally, the value taken must be over $600, and the process usually takes about 60 to 90 days. So don’t despair. Even though your money has been taken, we can usually get it back! To learn more about recovering assets siezed by creditors, please contact us.

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    San Diego Bankruptcy | Orange County Bankruptcy | Inland Empire Bankruptcy

    Overwhelmed with bills and creditors harassing you? Now is the time to get started on the road toward financial freedom!

    The Doan Law Firm is one of the largest family of San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys and we will help you achieve a fresh financial start. From the moment we meet, you are protected from creditors, while your bankruptcy case is being prepared, or other non-bankruptcy alternatives are put into place. We are here to help you immediately!

    Schedule a free consultation with one of our San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys today and get started on the road to a debt-free life.

    Chapter 7 | Chapter 13 | Chapter 20 Combo

    By working with one of Doan Law Firm’s San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys toward filing a Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or even a Chapter 20 Combo, you can rest assured you are getting the best service and results, at the most affordable and guaranteed price. Our Bankruptcy Lawyers will assist you in determining which chapter is right for you, and guide you through the complex Bankruptcy Code of Title 11. To ensure your case runs as smoothly and simply as possible. Since Doan Law Firm has one of only fourteen Board- Certified Bankruptcy Specialists in Consumer Bankruptcy Law, by the American Board of Certification, in the State of California, you can sleep soundly knowing your case will process smoothly. And your assets will be protected, and your debts eliminated.

    Get started today, and stop the harassment from creditors. Unlike most firms that do nothing upon being retained, and unlike the few that take limited defensive measures. At Doan Law Firm we take the offense and actually reverse the playing field, and go after your creditors. Wherein many of our clients actually receive free bankruptcies, and money in their pockets. Creditor harassment and abuse immediately terminates State and Federal Laws are immediately invoked. Lawsuits and counter lawsuits are filed from our quiver of offensive maneuvers, to protect your rights, that creditors and debt buyers do not want you to know about

    Bankruptcy Alternatives

    Interested in pursuing a settlement outside of Bankruptcy Court, or are you looking for some extra legal advice? We offer many bankruptcy alternatives that help you with debt relief.

    At Doan Law Firm, a San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney can determine what non-bankruptcy alternative is right for you. Including debt settlement, collection defense, short sales, mortgage modification, and RFDCPA/TCPA Lawsuits. Our arsenal of non-bankruptcy alternatives may be just what you need, without the need to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 relief. With a Doan Law Bankruptcy Attorney on your side, you instantly retain Doan Law Firm‘s leverage, credibility, and reputation to achieve the best results for your particular needs.

    Post-Bankruptcy Filing Assistance

    We do not stop once your case has been filed and is finalized. The debt relief lawyers of Doan Law Firm are available to help you get back on the right track financially. Even after your debt has been reduced or eliminated. We offer credit counseling and credit repair, after discharge and case closure. To help you get back on solid financial ground with an improved credit score. In most cases, our clients have a better credit and FICO score after retaining us than before.

    File Bankruptcy Online From Home

    Can’t make it in to a Doan Law Firm office location? No worries! Doan Law Firm utilizes the latest state-of-the-art technology, making it easier than ever to file bankruptcy online from the convenience of your home. Many of our busy or home-bound clients complete 100% of their interaction with us over the phone, internet, and mail, without a single compromise. The only place they need to go is to their meeting of creditors.