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Foreclosure Defense

Since Act 48, banks have uniformly chosen judicial foreclosure as the method to enforce their lien rights in mortgage delinquency situations.  While judicial foreclosures have the benefit of judicial review (meaning a judge will...

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Fundamentals of Landlord-Tenant Law Seminar

With constantly fluctuating legislation and an unpredictable economy, managing rental property or counseling those who do can often seem like more risk than it’s worth. ¬†Having a firm grasp on the essential legal and...

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Trouble Paying Debt Following the Federal Furlough?

The federal government shutdown has left thousands of people furloughed. Even if the pay is later restored, this leaves many families with the immediate burden of having to juggle monthly expenses with a freeze...

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Federal Shutdown and its effect on the Bankruptcy Court

As Congress announced the federal shutdown and hundreds of thousands of federal employees were furloughed pending a spending bill compromise in Congress, the Bankruptcy Court of the District of Hawaii made the following announcement....