What Happens When a Condo Owner Files Bankruptcy?

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It is hard for homeowner’s associations and condominiums to keep their cash flow running on full these days.  Their reserves depend solely upon unit owners’ ability keeping their financial obligations in the form of monthly assessments.  These assessments are paid by all owners for the community’s common expenses such as…

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Life Insurance- The Gift that Keeps on Giving

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I love life insurance. It is one of the best estate planning tools God created. Seriously. Let me tell you why. Even the person with the most modest of incomes can provide for their spouses, children, grandchildren, aunts, uncles and cousins to the third degree with the right life insurance…

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