Bankruptcy, credit, budgeting, debt collection and taxes are just a few of the topics we discuss at Money Go Roundtable. There are now 19 episodes of Money Go Roundtable up and released through iTunes. What started out as a six episode experiment with Consumer Attorney Jay Fleischman has now blossomed into a full-fledged podcast series.
The New York Times had a great February 11 article in its Real Estate section (“Mediating in Slow Motion“) that highlights the challenges of fighting foreclosure in Connecticut. The article features my clients and does a great job of examining the effectiveness (and lack of effectiveness) of Connecticut’s foreclosure mediation program. (Appropriate commentary from BAPCPA
I thought it might be of interest to readers to take a look at relevant bankruptcy news in Connecticut for the past week or so. 1. Personal bankruptcies easing after dramatic increase in ’09 (theDay.com) Connecticut saw 8,618 bankruptcies last year–90% of which were Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings. That’s the highest number of bankruptcies in