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Mortgage Violations in St Louis Mo

Mortgage servicers handle loan modification applications from homeowners. Unfortunately, mortgage servicers often make serious errors when processing loan modification requests including: Failing to Process the Application in Timely  Many homeowners have experienced lengthy delays when waiting for the servicer to make a decision on whether or not to grant a loan modification. Federal mortgage servicing …

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When deciding whether to fight a foreclosure, take steps to avoid it, or just walk away, you will want to know whether you will still owe the money that the lender loses because of your default. This is usually measured as the difference between what the lender ends up with at the end of the …

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St. Louis workers are eligible for unemployment compensation[1] if they are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own.  To determine whether an employee is temporarily out of work Missouri agencies look to the employee’s recent work history and earnings during a stretch of time called the “base period.” Only employees who have …

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What is a Missouri Durable Power of Attorney

A Missouri power of attorney is a document by which an individual can appoint a person to act as their agent. An agent is one who has authorization to act for another person. A power of attorney can authorize the attorney-in-fact to perform a single or multiple actions and is created in accordance with Section …

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St Louis foreclosure activity in January 2016 was at the rate of 1 in every 1,533 households.  This foreclosure activity rate is down almost 16 percent from December and down over 25 percent (25.79%) from a year ago, according to the latest data from RealtyTrac[1].  Even with this recent downturn, there are still many foreclosure …

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When an individual has financial difficulties their monthly mortgage payment may be one of the bills that they are unable to pay.  A foreclosure[1] is the process by which an individual’s rights to a property are forfeited because of a failure to pay the mortgage. It is important to speak to an experienced St. Louis …

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When a loved one dies and leaves a valid will they likely name an executor; someone to protect the deceased person’s property until all debts and taxes are paid and transfer the remaining assets to heirs.  Missouri law does not require an executor to be a legal expert, but they must use a high degree …

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Defining Undue Influence in Missouri When a person uses their power and control to deceive another person in order to exploit their dependence, trust, and fear concerning a certain matter, this is called undue influence. There are three elements which must exist, according to Missouri state law, in order to undue influence to have taken …

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A Will is a legal paper that states who receives your property when you die but it is important to note that a Will does not avoid the necessity of probate[1] and must be “probated” to have legal effect.  Many people prefer to pass some or all of their assets directly to their heirs without …

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It is very difficult when a close family member or friend passes away.  If is necessary to become involved in estate litigation during that time, the process will seem even more overwhelming.  Whether currently involved in estate litigation or not, it can be helpful to have a basic understanding of common Missouri estate litigation terms. …

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