Year: 2021

CFPB Foreclosure Protections Are Ending, Do I Have Other Options?

When the COVID 19 Pandemic struck, government officials provided help. They created foreclosure moratoriums and mortgage relief programs to help people who were financially struggling. Now, as 2022 looms, many of these moratoriums and programs are ending. What can homeowners who are still struggling do? The bankruptcy attorneys at Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC want to …

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Man Working on Bankruptcy Documents to Prevent Foreclosure

What Are the Penalties of a First DWI in Missouri?

Impaired driving convictions can lead to financial turmoil, loss of job opportunities, fines, community service and possibly time behind bars. You should take a DWI charge very seriously, even if it is your first DWI. Missouri may take your driver’s license away for an impaired driving conviction. This is true even for a first-time DWI. …

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Police Officer Arresting a Man For a Suspected DWI

Will a New Court Ruling Let Me Discharge Private Student Loans?

Individuals filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy may face many challenges when trying to discharge their private student loan debt. Often they must continue paying this debt even after they filed for bankruptcy. Now, a new court ruling may change things. What does this mean for bankruptcy and student loans? Is My Student Loan Debt Dischargable …

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New Ruling on Bankruptcy and Student Loans May Change the Law
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