Legal Advice for Banking — 127 results
Written by attorney Margery Golant, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Is Your Mortgage a Purchase Money Mortgage or a Refinance ? A purchase money mortgage means a loan that was made specifically so that you could buy the house. These normally "close" at the... more
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, almost 2 years ago.
Are you at the end of the rope when your judgement debtor refuses to pay up? The answer is no. There are a few things you can do, such as garnish the persons wage, placing a lien on the... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, over 2 years ago.
In order to foreclose on a property, a bank must first obtain a Final Judgment of Foreclosure. There is a specific procedural process that must be followed before a court may enter a Final... more
Written by attorney Stephen J. Dunn, 4 months ago.
Entrepreneurs should not attempt to keep their cash bank deposits under $10,000, lest they run the risk of seizure of their bank balance by the Federal government. Introduction This is a... more
Written by attorney Leonard Komen, about 2 years ago.
BANK ACCOUNTS AND COLLECTIONSBank staff frequently are confronted by garnishments and attachments of customer accounts when the party seeking the garnishment has not completely or... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, over 1 year ago.
Recent news article state thataccording to sworn testimony by six former employees of Bank of America who explain what they saw behind the scenes while Bank of America was processing loan... more
Written by attorney William Huttenbach, almost 2 years ago.
Hirsch & Westheimer, P.C.’s practice consists of representing many different clients. People often ask what factors a business should consider before hiring a lawyer. The below list is... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 1 year ago.
22-year-old Charlotte Willenzik was arrested at her grandparents home in Cave Creek, Arizona after surveillance videos led police to believe that she robbed a Chase Bank in North Scottsdale.... more
Written by attorney Ivan Paul Cohen, over 5 years ago.
Bank Levy If a creditor knows where the debtor has a checking or savings account at a bank, savings association, thrift and loan, or credit union, he/she can use a court procedure called a... more
Written by attorney Kelly Resnick, almost 2 years ago.
One collection method creditors (most commonly, the IRS) use to satisfy the debt you owe them is to levy your bank account. But, what is a bank levy exactly? A bank levy happens when a... more