Veronica Brown-Moseley recently appeared on 13News Now Connect to talk about your options if you are facing eviction due to the effects of the pandemic.
Recently, Boleman attorney, Mark Leffler appeared on 13News Now Connect segment speaking about the importance of checking your credit report. Leffler said everyone should check their credit report at least once a year.
In April, Boleman Law attorney, Matt Hahne appeared on the Hampton Roads Show to talk about financial health during a crisis. During his appearance, Matt Hahne highlighted the two trillion dollars economic stimulus package released by the U.S. federal government.
Boleman Law attorneys, Mark Leffler and Emily Connor Kenndey, appeared on Coast Live to educate on people on credit reports and consumer rights under their Fair Credit Reporting Act. They talk about how to obtain your credit report, how to look over the items included in your report and what you can if you find something that is not accurate.
What is the Virginia Military and Veteran Legal Resource Guide and how can it help you?
According to Virginia Beach, over 6,000 City households are “unbanked” – they do not have a bank account.
In America today, 28% of us have more in credit card debt than we have in savings. That’s up 5% in the past two years. Another 17% of us don’t have any credit card debt, but we don’t have any emergency savings either.
Watching all the glitz and glamor of Academy Awards recently I was struck by the thought that celebrities may be much like many Virginians. They, too, have run into overwhelming debt and filed for personal bankruptcy.
The recent announcement from Family Dollar highlights the growing income gap between consumers who are regaining ground after the depression and those who are still stuck.
Apple and at least one other vendor are looking to get rid of credit cards. Wave your iPhone over the reader and funds will be instantly deducted from your account to pay for your purchase. But let’s be sensible, there will also be fees just like credit cards.
For many of us, January is the time for our annual renewal. We acknowledge that 2014 is over, along with the problems and joys, and that 2015 is here, bright and shiny. It’s time to get healthy and get a fresh start.
If you’re like most people, you live from paycheck to paycheck. But what happens if your paycheck is suddenly cut by 20% or disappears altogether? If you see sequestration or work cutbacks in your future, here are 10 things you can do to do to get ready.