You may have seen them on television: the "Real Housewives" of New Jersey, who engaged in a variety of sometimes seemingly outrageous attention-getting behaviors to boost viewership ratings. But sometimes what is made-for-TV acting out and acts that can have real legal consequences can blur together, as the recent release from prison of one of the cast of the above-named program attests to.
When it comes to foreclosures, the good news nationally is that the number of home foreclosures that relate back to the collapse of the "housing bubble" in 2008 continues to decline, constituting slightly less than two-thirds of foreclosures as opposed to three-quarters of such activity just two years ago.
Most people are aware that there are multiple types of bankruptcy that can be used to help them get out of a financial crisis, but they do not know the differences or how they work. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, it is important that you understand all processes so that you can decide which chapter will be the most beneficial to your situation.