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The real estate and mortgage crisis that ensued since 2007 has resulted in hundreds of banks, mortgage companies and other lenders going out of business. You may have received letters from your lender indicating they have filed for bankruptcy protection under chapter 11. What does this mean for you? According to Carmen Dellutri, Esq., founder of The Dellutri Law Group, P.A., the answer must be “very lawyerly: It depends.” DailyDollar Poll What did you do with your tax refund this year?o Paid down my debto Stashed it in my savingso Shopping!o I didn’t get a refund this year
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bankruptcy: Free Loan Modifications - Mortgage by Randy Newsletter - June 2009 - 06/19/09 09:40 AM
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