Jesse Peace

Foreclosures & Evictions During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on an unprecedented housing crisis.  According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Research Institute for Housing America, more than six million households did not make their mortgage or rent payments for September 2020.  These are staggering numbers. At the time of this posting, there is a current residential eviction moratorium that …

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HOW TO EXPUNGE CERTAIN MISDEMEANORS AND FELONIES IN KENTUCKY

We’ve all made mistakes or done things we’ve later regretted.  Sometimes those mistakes and regrets even result in criminal misdemeanor or felony convictions.  Jail time isn’t the only punishment for being a convicted felon.  Some other punishments include loss of gun rights, exclusion from government housing, and lack of job opportunities.  Even though you’ve paid …

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THE AUTOMATIC STAY AND HOW IT CAN STOP CREDITORS IN THEIR TRACKS

When someone is being sued concerning debt or is facing a foreclosure or repossession, time can be of the essence.  All too often, this firm sees hardworking people that are put in an impossible financial situation after experiencing a wage garnishment, a bank account levy, or a repossession.  These collection actions—especially a wage garnishment—can make …

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