What Is a Deficiency Judgment?

What is a Deficiency Judgment

  Foreclosure is often misunderstood by consumers. If you’re in default on a secured loan, the lender can initiate a process resulting in the forced sale of your property to cover the debt. But this doesn’t always cover the balance owed in full. As the debtor, you must then make up the difference; the lender […]

OakTree’s New Year’s Resolution

OakTree’s New Year’s Resolution

OakTree Law is committed to supplying our clients with the very best legal advice moving into 2022 and beyond. We continue to adhere to ethical practices and moral excellence in every facet of foreclosure and bankruptcy law. Our reputation lies in our ability to bring parties together and resolve disputes without unnecessary legal intervention. We […]

Estate Law 101: Estate Planning Basics

Estate Planning Basics

When you hear the term “estate planning” thoughts of sprawling estates with lush gardens and water features come to mind. But that isn’t at all a reality. The reality is, you don’t have to have to be a millionaire to need estate planning legal services.  So what is an estate and what is estate planning? […]

How to Stop Wage Garnishment

Wage garnishment is a procedure in which some of your earnings will be withheld to pay off your debt. Unpaid taxes, child support, back rent or property damage, consumer debts, and student loans are all debts that may trigger the court to garnish your wages.  However unfortunate, debt is not an unfamiliar situation for many […]

OakTree Law’s Legal Glossary

Whether on your own or with an attorney, bankruptcy can be challenging. Don’t let legalese get you down, OakTree’s Legal Glossary is here to clarify and dispell any questions you may have about the legal terms you may encounter during the legal process. A B C D E F G H I J K  L […]