Waukegan Illinois bankruptcy

Chicago Group Repays Veterans’ Student Loans

One local nonprofit is dedicated to paying off the student loans of combat veterans and easing the financial burden that these families face. Eli Williamson founded Leave No Veteran Behind because the average military veteran carries about  $56,000 in student debt. Since 2009, this foundation has paid the outstanding student loan debt of 10 veterans.
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Reasons Your Loan Modification Request Was Denied

Trulia, a leader in the real estate industry, recently reported that refinance rates for a 30 year fixed mortgage in Waukegan, Illinois can be obtained for as low as 2.250 percent. Trulia further reported that the median sales price of a home in Waukegan is $91,250, a 30.4 percent home value increase as previously reported a year ago.
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Your Financial Snapshot: The Importance of Reviewing Your Credit Report on an Annual Basis

Becoming familiar with your spending habits, debt ratio, and understanding how lenders view your financial snapshot may very well be your best defense against future bankruptcy or foreclosure action. It all begins with fiscal responsibility, supported by a sound credit report, but how many Americans actually request and review their credit report on an annual basis?
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Sinking Home Value + Inability to Pay = Strategic Default? The Pros and Cons for Illinois Homeowners

According to an article published by the Chicago Tribune, Illinois homeowners plotting to strategically walk away from their homes is not an alarming new trend. For years, homeowners who have been feeling the sting of the housing market whims have often turned to an experienced Strategic Defense attorney to discuss Strategic Default of their mortgage as a method to relieve persistent debt concerns.
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Approval For ATP Bankruptcy Financing From Credit Suisse

Bloomberg reported a story about ATP Oil & Gas Corp., a Gulf of Mexico oil producer, getting approval for bankruptcy financing a week after they filed for bankruptcy. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Marvin Isgur gave interim approval to the $618 million financing from Credit Suisse Group AG and other lenders after requiring that changes are made to certain terms.
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