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How to split the Mortgage/Marital Home During Divorce

What can I do to safeguard my credit since my ex was awarded the home in our divorce? I can understand why this is concerning you; a divorce is a stressful experience all by itself. That stress is compounded by the challenge of separating…
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Can your Credit Score and Credit Reputation be recoverable Damages in a Divorce?

What can a Credit Damages Expert bring to a divorce case? Having the ability to quantify and put a dollar value on the impact to someone’s credit is essential.  Being able to explain the methodologies and calculations in terms that would…
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Credit Harm

The financial impact to someone’s credit profile after it has been harmed.
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Your Mortgage and Trended Data Credit Reports

The phrase trended credit data may not mean much to you now. But if you’re shopping for a home loan anytime soon, it will. Also referred to as historical, longitudinal or time-series data, it basically means that credit underwriters will…
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Should you be a cosigner? When being a cosigner can go wrong--and how you can avoid problems

Maybe you’ve been approached by a family member to co-sign on a loan. Should you do it? As general advice, the answer would be no—just don’t do it! Here’s something I’ve said many times as I counsel consumers or speak to groups:…