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(66)Divorced And Cheated Out Of The Family Finances - How Smart Divorce Lawyers Are Ruining Women

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Lawyers quite often boast of how there is plenty of money to be made from divorce cases. You can be sure that this is no idle lawyer talk, especially when you consider the fact that more and more lawyers are being drawn into this area of legal practice.
But even more interesting and instructive is where all the big divorce money for the lawyers is coming from?
Yep, you guessed right, its' from our pockets, yours and mine. Basically any cash paid to a lawyer, even by your ex-husband depletes the family finances and assets that may have to be sold to settle legal fees. Money that should have otherwise gone to divorced women to help them rebuild their lives with some decent finances after the devastation that usually comes with divorce. Make no mistake about it; lawyers love nasty divorce settlement cases. The nastier they are, the better for them. Lawyers are usually the only true winners in any divorce action.
When they are not helping your ex-husband to hide or understate assets, they will be busy ensuring that by the time the divorce is finally settled, most of the family assets and cash will have gone to paying for their services, sometimes leaving little or nothing for you and your children to rebuild your lives with.
Yet it does not need to be like that. You definitely deserve better. Fortunately, many women are fighting back these days and with lots of success too. It is amazing how much of a difference, taking a few simple precautions can make. Generally these important steps to secure your future have to be taken long before there is any talk of a divorce. Just the way folks take out insurance for a rainy day. You're still happy if you never need to claim on your insurance, but it helps you sleep better at night and gives you peace of mind because you know that if the rainy day, or disaster comes, you are fully prepared.
It really is a jungle out there and many women have realized that it is not a good idea to place your whole financial future in the hands of someone else other than yourself.


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Cathi Adams is the author of "Divorce Secrets: What Every Women Should Know." This invaluable resource provides steps to ensure financial security to woman faced with the possibility of divorce.
Visit her web site for a FREE report - What You Absolutely Must Know Before You Even THINK About Getting A Divorce: http://www.DivorceDefense.com.

Written by: Cathi Adams
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(67)Do You Need a Mortgage Refinance Loan?


Is your home loan interest rate higher than the national average? Is your home in need of some much-needed repairs or are you in need of some extra money to pay off credit cards or other bills? A mortgage refinance loan may be exactly what you need to take care of these needs and any others that you might think of.
If your interest rate is higher than normal, it is a good idea to refinance your loan. A lower interest rate can make your monthly payment lower and easier to manage. If you are having financial difficulties, this can be especially helpful. If your finances are pretty steady, then you may be able to get a shorter-term loan when you refinance so your loan will be paid off much sooner. This is great if you are planning to stay in your home for the rest of your life or for longer than the length of the loan. If you are planning to move within ten years, then a shorter-term loan will most likely not be as important to you as a lower payment would be.
If you are in need of some money to pay off credit cards, make needed home repairs, or even to take a vacation, then you might want to consider refinancing your home. You first need to find out if you have any equity built up in your home. Equity is the value of your home versus the amount that you own on your house. Let us say that your home is now worth $125,000 ten years after you purchased it and you owe your lender $95,000. The equity that you have is $30,000. You can borrow up to $125,000 against your home and can use the $30,000 equity for repairs, bills, or anything else. You need to decide if your intended use is worth you refinancing your loan for 15 years or more. The good thing about home loans is that they are tax-deductible in most cases, so this may be a good benefit for you.
Refinancing will mean that in most cases you are starting your payment term all over again. This is something that you need to keep in mind before signing on the dotted line. You need to know all of your options before you decide that this is your only option. Home loan refinancing is a big business and many companies will offer you the moon to get you to refinance. You need to take into account the closing costs and fees of the loan to ensure that it is a right choice for you.
If you do all of your research and come to the conclusion that refinancing is right for you then you need to find a lender that you are comfortable with. Check around to several different lenders to find the best interest rate for your loan to ensure that you are getting the best deal. Then you are sure to find a mortgage refinance loan that you are satisfied and happy with!


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Written by: Paul Heath


(68)Doing A California Refinance Online


Californians are passionate people. I know. I have lived in California my whole life: From the smoggy basins of Los Angeles, to, well, the smoggy basins of Sacramento. I’ve traveled highway 101, I’ve smelled the glory of the Redwoods, and I’ve experienced the confusion of the Terminator becoming governor. Without turning into a pop-song, I’ve done it all California-style, and that even includes, moving through the exciting process of doing a California Refinance Online!

Okay, so it’s not exactly as poetic or as exciting as I’m making it out to be, but a California Refinance conducted online does not make you a bad Californian. It makes you a smart consumer, and if it’s important for you to keep your business local, then there’s no need to shy away from your monitor. You can still do it all in your pajamas.

In the next few moments, I’m going to cover some basics to ease your worries and calm your nerves about using the internet to gain access to local money.

1.You are in Total Control.
2.Some Important Online Information
3.Keeping it Local!
4.Start Broad, And then Narrow Your Search.

1.You are in Total Control.

a)Chances are, you will be filling out a short 30 second form online in the very near future, and in return, you will be receiving 3 to 4 immediate offers from brokers and lenders vying for your business.

b)But that doesn’t mean that you must receive offers from banks located at the top of the Space Needle or beneath the catacombs of the Grand Canyon.

c)The majority of the loan search services available online provide you with the option to request loan offers from several brokers specific to your area. You don’t need to reach far and wide to get a good deal.

d)This means that you can rest easy. When it’s time to complete the online short-form application, just make sure the query asks you if you’d like to narrow your search.

2.Some Important Online Information

a)Ask if your prospective mortgage broker and/or lender are licensed under the CMLA, the California Mortgage Lending Act of 1994. http://www.corp.ca.gov/pub/mb.htm

b)Check out their complaint history with the Better Business Bureau online. http://www.bbb.org/

c) Ask if they are a member of the CMBA, the California Mortgage Bankers Association http://www.cmba.com/

d) Do you qualify for Affordable Housing? If so, make sure your lender can broker a loan that will meet your needs. Here is the current Interest Rate Schedule:

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e) Research the current California Mortgage Refinance Rates online. We offer a free, daily rate-watch at our site, but interest rate information is everywhere.

3.Keeping It Local

a)Doing a California Refinance from your neighborhood bank or local broker, is probably a very good idea.

b)One important reason is that they know the terrain, and they know what things are like in your home town or State.

c)Every region has a different set of variables and demographics that determine its respective health or struggles, as it pertains to mortgage rates.
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d)If your preference is to do your refinance with local information and personable service, then I say go with your instincts.

4.Start Broad, Then Narrow Your Search

a)Start with a broad query using the Internet, and then narrow your search.

b)There are too many banks and brokers in your area, for you to call on the phone, or take a day to drive by each office for a personal visit.

c)Use the internet as a resource. Start wisely. Conduct a broad California Refinance loan search, via the methods discussed above, and then zero in on the folks down the street.

d)If you are not making decisions based on wise, savvy shopping tactics, then in the end, you could wind up spending more money through higher rates, or higher fees, all in the good name of convenience.

e)You can still go local in the end. Those are the parameters that you get to choose when conducting a search. But don’t start there.

The internet is a powerful tool, for your California Refinance needs. Don’t ignore it. Use it, and use it to your full financial advantage.

We’ve enjoyed providing this information to you, and we wish you the best of luck in your pursuits. Remember to always seek out good advice from those you trust, and never turn your back on your own common sense.

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Copyright 2009, by Loans-Resource.Com , This article is available in full format at: California Refinance , Tom Levine provides a solid, common sense approach to solving problems and answering questions relating to consumer loan products.

Written by: Tom Levine


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