9 months 1 week ago

For all people, excessive amounts of debt and financial stress can turn into a nightmare. But unlike a nightmare, one cannot simply wait to wake up to address the situation. In fact, the longer an individual waits to address growing debts, persistent creditors, and other financial problems, the worse the situation gets. And yet, many homeowners who have experienced a job loss, a serious illness, or another difficult life event will put off seeking relief and justify their inaction as a product of, “the time not being right.”  
The simple fact of the matter is that no person wants to admit that they are facing a serious situation that could end with the loss of the family home or other property. People who have successfully used bankruptcy or other legal means to stop a foreclosure in Sacramento would probably state that they wished they would have reached out for help earlier in the process. Seeking professional guidance before things reach a crisis point can reduce unnecessary anxiety while also increasing the likelihood that potential options are not foreclosed due to the passage of time.
How Do I Know I’m Facing a Foreclosure in California?
While California adheres to a non-judicial approach for most foreclosures, that doesn’t mean that foreclosure proceedings will spring out of the blue without any notice to the homeowner. Rather, even in a foreclosure process that occurs outside of the courts, the mortgage holder is required to proceed through certain steps and provide certain notices before a foreclosure sale can proceed.
In many instances, a homeowner’s first indication that trouble may be approaching may come in the form of a formal or informal notice that (s)he has missed one or more mortgage payments.  While missing one or even several payments will not instantly place you into the foreclosure process, it is often a good indication that the individual is experiencing financial stress. If the underlying issue is not addressed, the problem is likely to grow and may result in the commencement of foreclosure proceedings.
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The first indication a homeowner will receive that he or she is facing foreclosure is the receipt of a Notice of Default. Receipt of a Notice of Default starts the clock on a three-month waiting period where the bank or mortgage holder must wait before taking action. After this period has elapsed, the lender may schedule and advertise for a sale of the property. At least 21 days must pass from the date of publication to the date of the sale.
When Should I Contact an Sacramento Foreclosure Attorney?
Frequently, people do not know when they should seek legal advice regarding a home foreclosure because they have questions about the process and what to expect. A home foreclosure requires the lender to go through several steps before they can sell your home. This means there really is no one-size-fits-all answer for all individuals who are concerned about a foreclosure in Roseville, Folsom, Sacramento, or elsewhere in California. Rather, at least early in the process, individuals should try to assess their own needs and disposition when deciding when to seek legal advice.
That said, consumers who are proactive early in the process may have additional options. For instance, some mortgage companies may be willing to negotiate mortgage modifications that can eliminate the need to a bankruptcy filing or other measures. In other scenarios, negotiations with other creditors can free up the money you need to catch-up on missed mortgage payments and remain current.
Once taxpayers receive a Notice of Default, personal preferences should be disregarded in favor of a direct, expedient approach to seeking legal advice and guidance. While the sale cannot be scheduled for several months from the time of the notice, a significant amount of research and legwork goes into each and every foreclosure situation we face. Seeking guidance immediately once a Notice of Default is received should permit ample time for research, negotiation, and potentially an emergency bankruptcy filing to stop foreclosure.
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If you are worried about losing your house to foreclosure in Folsom, Sacramento, or Roseville the foreclosure defense attorneys of The Bankruptcy Group may be able to help. To schedule a free and confidential initial consultation, please call our law firm at 1-800-920-5351 today.
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1 year 1 week ago

Dave Ramsey
The most famous name in the getting out of debt industry is Dave Ramsey.  As a young man Dave himself was in a pile of debt and wound up filing bankruptcy. The pain of that experience lead him on a quest to learn about personal finance and he began a career in advising others how to get out of debt.
I’m a talk radio/podcast junkie.  I don’t care what the topic is as long as it is interesting.  Dave Ramsey is the host of a nationwide talk show and it played on the radio as I was driving home.  So, as I counseled clients every day about how to file bankruptcy, I would listen to Dave on the way home explaining how to avoid it.  Gosh, was I doing my clients wrong by not teaching them the tough road out of debt that Dave advocated?
The hallmark of the Dave Ramsey system is a series of seven “Baby Steps” one takes to eliminate debt and build wealth.

  • Step 1:  Save $1,000 Emergency Fund.
  • Step 2:  Debt Snowball.  Pay off all debt.
  • Step 3:  Save 3 to 6 months of expenses.
  • Step 4:  Invest 15% of income in retirement.
  • Step 5:  Establish College Fund for children.
  • Step 6:  Pay off house.
  • Step 7:  Build Wealth and Give.

The Debt Snowball is the program to eliminate debt.  The basics of the program are as follows:

  1. List all debts from Smallest to Largest.
  2. Maintain minimum payments on all debts and get all debts out of default status.
  3. Devote all extra income to pay off the smallest debt first, regardless of whether that debt has a higher or lower interest rate.
  4. Reduce expenses, sell off unnecessary possessions, and take on part-time jobs to fund the debt snowball.
  5. Once the smallest debt is paid, move onto the next smallest debt and then the next smallest, etc., etc., until all debt (except the home mortgage) is paid in full.

Why pay off the smallest debt first instead of the debts with the highest interest rate?  Because, according to Ramsey, getting out of debt is 80% emotion and 20% head knowledge.

If it were about math, you wouldn’t have credit card debt. It’s not about math. It’s about behavior modification.

Paying off the smallest debt “fires you up!” says Ramsey, and that small success helps ignite an emotional reaction to kill off the remaining debts.  There is actually a lot of scientific fact to back up that claim, especially in the study of healthy habit formation.  Small victories do lead to bigger wins.

The challenge is you.  You are the problem with your money.

Ramsey focuses on “behavior modification” as the key to solving a debt problem.

Most financial people make the mistake of trying to show you the numbers, thinking that you just don’t get the math. I am sure that the problem with my money is he guy in my mirror.

A large part of the behavior modification is about daring to be radical–to sell your home and fancy car and to take on a part-time pizza delivery job–to drop out of society’s pressure to keep up with the Jones’.

Stop buying things you don’t need with money you don’t have to impress people you don’t even like.

It is hard to disagree with any of this.  This is sensible and old-fashion advice to getting out of debt.  Cut expenses.  Increase income.  List the debts and have a plan of attack.  Paying off debts from smallest to largest is also a valid strategy since getting out of debt does require a person to be “fired up” and focused.

The power of focus is what causes our Baby Steps to work . . . if you attack too many areas at once you don’t finish anything you start for a long time . . . That makes you feel that you aren’t accomplishing anything, which is dangerous.

The key weakness of the Debt Snowball program, however, is the requirement that you must be able to get all debts out of default status and maintain minimum payments on all debts during the plan.  Is that feasible? Can you really maintain minimum payments on all debts and get the delinquent debts current while you pound away at the smallest debt?  Yes, some folks just need to cut the cable bill and downsize their life to free up the necessary money to make this plan work, but that simply does not work for the vast majority of people I see on a daily basis.
So, if you squander a lot of money on foolish entertainment, cars, eating out, cell phones, etc., the Dave Ramsey program may work just fine for you.  Get on a financial diet and start paying off the debt.  Yep, that works . . . if you have the income.  But what if you don’t?  Then what?  What if 25% of your paycheck is being garnished and the judgments are stacking up one on top of another and the mortgage payment is behind on a house worth no more than what is owed?  How do you downsize that expense?
And what if you can’t get a second job to speed up the debt snowball?  What if your health, both physical and mental, is already taxed to the maximum?  What if getting a part-time job means abandoning your children and a stressed out spouse for another 20 hours a week?  Is that a smart decision?  Sure, you might become debt-free, but will you have a family left to come back to?
Dave Ramsey is a positive voice of reason and encouragement in the personal finance industry.  I like his attitude and enthusiasm.  Overall, I think we all should really pay attention to his message.  Stop lying to yourself and stop pretending to be somebody you are not.  Downsize your life, become debt free, and then realize the blessing of truly being a free person.  That’s a great message and goal.
But the Dave Ramsey program is not for everyone and it is just not feasible for too many.  If you are living beyond your means, try it.  But if you are already struggling after devoting every dime to stay out of debt and now you are draining your retirement or mortgaging your home to make minimum payments on debts, consider other options.
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1 year 1 week ago

Fall is one of the best times to purchase real estate in Walworth County. Although spring is normally considered the best time to purchase real estate, the autumn season can be an even better time to purchase. Our Walworth County real estate attorney, Shannon Wynn, lists several reasons why in the list below.
7 Reasons Fall is a Great Time to Buy Real Estate in Walworth County
1. Your competition is reduced. Many home buyers are looking to get into that new home before the school year starts. In the fall, those buyers are out of the picture.
walworth county real estate attorney fall2. Home prices are reduced. “Home sellers who did not sell their home during the prime market real estate season of spring and summer are eager to make a sale before winter,” explains Walworth County real estate attorney, Shannon Wynn.
3. Home sellers are more desperate. Home sellers who listed with too high of a sale price or who have had no action on their home listing are eager to make a deal. Sellers want their homes sold before the stagnant winter real estate season and before the holidays.
4. You can get a better price. Not only are home prices being reduced, but negotiations are more likely to go in the buyers’ favor. “With fewer buyers on the scene and a long winter approaching, home sellers are more likely to take a much lower offer,” states Walworth County real estate attorney, Shannon Wynn.
5. There are more time-sensitive home sales. Many homes that are listed in the fall are time-sensitive sales. These sellers didn’t decide to put their home up for sale in the spring and wait around until they were offered a good price. These are home sellers who need to move because of a job, a family situation, or because their new construction home is finished. These sellers more determined to make a sale quickly.
6. You can get a serious tax break. “Mortgage interest and property taxes are tax deductible, even if you close on your new home in December. Any payments you make before closing are also tax-deductible. This can really make a difference in your owed taxes,” states Attorney Shannon Wynn.
7. Your buyer’s agent gives you more attention. Since real estate agents are busier during the prime spring and summer seasons, they don’t have as much attention to give you. During the fall, there are less home buyers. Because of this, real estate agents can provide you with much more detailed attention. This is also true for mortgage lenders, moving companies, and other real estate related companies.
Contact Walworth County Real Estate Attorney Shannon Wynn
Our Walworth County Real Estate Attorney, Shannon Wynn, assists home buyers with reviewing offers and counteroffers, evaluating financing options, reviewing title commitments, reviewing closing documents, and much more. By law, only an attorney can provide you legal advice – not a real estate agent, loan officer, or closing agent. It is always a good idea to have a qualified and knowledgeable Walworth County real estate attorney in your corner. Contact Shannon Wynn to discuss your real estate needs. She can be reached by phone at 262-725-0175. Wynn a Law, LLC has real estate law offices located in Lake Geneva, Salem, Muskego, and Delavan, Wisconsin.
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1 year 3 weeks ago

Here at Shenwick & Associates, we've written extensively about the "means test," which is a complex calculation that debtors must pass to qualify for relief under chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code if they're over the median income for their state and household size.

Since the means test was implemented as a result of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, we've filed hundreds of Chapter 7 cases, and usually manage to vault potential debtors over the hurdle of the means test. Here are a few of our tips and strategies on how to pass the means test:

  1. Determine if a majority of a debtor's debt is non–consumer/business debt. If it is, they are exempt from the means test.
  1. Make sure that all of your expenses are listed: 
    • Taxes are deductible from the means test–includes FICA, Social Security, federal, state and local income taxes. These can add up for most debtors, and has made the margin of difference between passing and failing in many cases.
      • Involuntary deductions from wages, such as mandatory retirement plans, union dues, uniform costs, and work shoes, but not voluntary 401(k) contributions or loan repayments. 
        • Term life insurance, health insurance and disability insurance.
          • Payments on secured claims (for mortgage, car loans, etc.) coming due in the 60 months following filing, as long as the debtor is keeping the collateral. 
            • Continuing charitable contributions, up to 15% of gross income.
              • Child care expenses for babysitting, nursery school, daycare and preschool. 
                • Out of pocket health care expenses, to the extent they exceed the national standards amount of $54/month per household member under 65 and $130/month per household member 65 or over.
                1. Add other members to the household to increase household size. Bring the kids back home!
                1. If possible, reduce your income and your spouse's income for six months (the lookback period for the means test). 
                1. Make sure your expenses from a business or rental property are fully listed to minimize your net income. In one case, a client who was providing independent transportation services failed to listed his expenses. Once we listed those and deducted them from his gross income, he passed the means test.
                1. If you have a spouse, make sure that you're deducting any part of your spouse's income not used for the household expenses of you or your dependents (i.e. for your spouse's tax debts or support of people other than you or your dependents).

                If you have questions about your unique financial situation and whether you might be eligible to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, please contact Jim Shenwick.

                9 months 1 week ago

                Many people are aware that Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one of the fastest and most efficient means to eliminate most types of unsecured debts. Secured debts can include credit card bills, hospital bills, store charge card bills, doctor’s bills, and basically, all other debts that are not secured debts. Secured debts are debts where the creditor’s interest is protected and strengthen by the property. While Chapter 7 bankruptcy is more amenable to eliminating unsecured debts, holding some secured debts doesn’t automatically mean that Chapter 7 bankruptcy is inappropriate for your situation.  
                The experienced Sacramento bankruptcy attorneys of The Bankruptcy Group can guide you through the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process from start to finish. We understand that many people are anxious about bankruptcy because the process seems complex. To increase Californians understanding of the bankruptcy process, our bankruptcy lawyers will describe in this post how a Chapter 7 trustee will settle your debts with your creditors. To discuss how bankruptcy can provide you with a pathway out of debt and to a fresh financial start, call The Bankruptcy Group at 1-800-920-5351 today.
                Will My Creditors Receive Any Compensation?
                For people who are not engaged in bankruptcy practice on a day-to-day basis, it may come as some surprise that most people who come into our California law office want to do the right thing regarding their debt. More often than not, the individual did not choose to fall behind. Rather, difficult life events like the loss of a jobs  serious medical condition, or a divorce caused the person to fall into debt that became unmanageable.
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                While all bankruptcies are different, the key determination as to whether the creditor will receive compensation for the debt is whether assets are available. In many Chapter 7 bankruptcies, there are no assets. This may be due to the fact that the individual filing bankruptcy simply did not have assets. In other scenarios, the bankruptcy filer may be entitled to keep all of his or her property because it is fully covered by the California bankruptcy exemptions. Property that is exempt is the property you keep regardless of the bankruptcy.
                Provided that property is available to compensate your creditors, the bankruptcy trustee will locate this property by consulting the Schedule A/B: Property that you or your lawyer provide. To determine what property can conceivably be sold, the bankruptcy trustee will compare the property listed on Schedule A/B with the property listed on Schedule C: The Property You Claim as Exempt. Property that appears on Schedule A/B but not Schedule C is not exempt property and therefore is subject to liquidation to compensate creditors.
                How Does the Bankruptcy Trustee Determine Which Creditors Are Compensated?
                Provided that the trustee was able to identify the non-exempt property, the trustee will liquidate this property and distribute the proceeds to creditors. Which creditors are compensated is dependent upon the bankruptcy code priority list. Therefore, the U.S. bankruptcy code requires the bankruptcy trustee to pay creditors in a certain order on the basis of the type of debt. While secured debts receive the highest level of treatment, it is perhaps more interesting and more relevant to look into how unsecured debts are prioritized.
                Under U.S. Bankruptcy Code §507(a)(1) – (10) the prioritization for secured debts is set forth. Under this system of prioritization, child support obligations, alimony, and other domestic support obligations are given highest priority of all unsecured debts. Next in the priority list are debts incurred due to administrative expenses relating to the bankruptcy. Third, all claims for obligations that qualify under 11 U.S. Code § 502 are paid next. Additional and subsequent claims in the priority list include:

                • Unsecured claims, up to $10,000, earned as wages, salary, commission, and other forms of compensation within the last 180 days.
                • Unsecured claims for employee benefit plan contributions.
                • Certain unsecured claims made by fishermen or grain farmers.
                • Unsecured claims, up to $1,800, originating from purchase, lease, or rental of property.
                • Unsecured tax and other claims by governmental agencies.
                • FDIC obligations
                • Personal injury claims resulting from a motor vehicle accident casued by an intoxicated driver.

                The foregoing captures the general prioritization of unsecured debts. In some cases determining the character of certain debts may be less clear than others. In other circumstances, creditors may petition for higher prioritization than the nature of the debt would permit. An experienced bankruptcy attorney can fight to protect you should creditors challenge your bankruptcy plan.
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                If you are considering filing bankruptcy to get out of debt, the Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers of The Bankruptcy Group can provide step-by-step guidance throughout the entire process. To schedule a free and confidential consultation, call our California bankruptcy law firm at 1-800-920-5351 or contact us online today.
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                1 year 3 weeks ago

                Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney Shannon Wynn knows that fall and winter are the hardest times of year to save money. Your gas bill goes up. Your electric bill skyrockets. Your vehicle is using more gas. You’re spending money on holiday dinners and holiday gifts. Property taxes are due just one short month after Christmas. How can anyone be expected to actually save money during this time? It seems impossible. Our Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney, Shannon Wynn, has put together a list of strategies to help you save money during fall and winter.
                Simple Measures to Save Money Throughout Fall and Winter from Elkhorn Bankruptcy Attorney, Shannon Wynn
                Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney energy savings tips1. Use the Sun. During the summer months, we close our blinds and curtains during the day to keep the sun out and then open up our windows at night. This keeps our homes cool. During the fall and winter months, we can do just the opposite. Open your curtains and blinds during the day to allow the sunlight into your home. This is free, natural heat. Then, close your curtains and blinds at sundown to keep the cold out.
                2. Plastic Your Windows. Most of us know about this one already, but it is definitely worth sharing. You can buy plastic window kits at any department store, such as Wal-Mart or Home Depot. Plastic window kits come in all sizes, including patio door size. The plastic is tightly fixed to the inside of your window frame, either with a sticky tape or with a blow dryer. Our Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney, Shannon Wynn, adds that you can buy thermal, insulated, energy-efficient curtains to hang over your windows for an additional savings on your heating costs.
                3. Adjust Your Thermostat. You can manually adjust your thermostat or purchase a programmable thermostat. Bundle up while at home by wearing more layers and covering with blankets. Turn your thermostat down to as low as possible while still being warm and comfortable under your layer of clothes and blankets. Turn your thermostat down anywhere from 10-15 degrees while sleeping and while away, such as during the week while at work. You’ll save anywhere from 10-30% on your heating costs, depending on how much time you spend away from the home and sleeping.
                4. Caulk. Caulk around your windows and doors to seal air leaks. Replace your weatherstripping where needed.
                5. Use a Draft Stopper. Purchase draft stoppers to stop air leaks underneath your doors. If on a tight budget, Attorney Shannon Wynn suggests pushing a blanket up against the bottom of your door to help stop the cold air from getting inside your home. This tactic will work just as well.
                6. Make Use of Used Heat. If you have already baked dinner in the oven, leave the oven door open as it cools down to keep all the additional heat produced by the oven inside your home. This holds true for toaster ovens, rotisseries, etc.
                7. Clean Your Furnace. Have your furnace serviced and cleaned. Our Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney, Shannon Wynn, also adds to remember to replace your furnace filters.
                8. Maintain Your Fireplace and/or Wood Burning Stove. If you have a fireplace or wood burning stove, be sure to have it cleaned prior to winter. This will make the system more efficient and avoid a terrifying house fire. Turn your thermostat down while using your fireplace or wood burning stove. Tip from Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney, Shannon Wynn: Remember to keep your fireplace damper closed when you aren’t burning wood. Leaving the damper open is like throwing money out an open window.
                9. Close Off Rooms. If there are parts of your home that you do not use much, seal them off from the rest of the home during fall and winter months. This could be unused bedrooms, porches, lower levels, etc. Close doors and/or turn off 2nd furnaces that would be used for those portions of the home.
                10. Reduce Water Heating Costs. Some tips include: Turn down your water heater thermostat. Insulate your tank and pipes. Wash your clothes in cold water. Buy energy star appliances. Install slow flowing faucets and shower heads.
                11. Use LED Holiday Lighting. You can reduce holiday decorating costs by purchasing LED lights instead of using the older string sets.
                Almost every tip included in this money saving list by Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney, Shannon Wynn, is low-cost or free. Implement the suggestions on this list and you are sure to free up some much needed cash this fall and winter season. If you have any questions regarding debt relief, contact Wynn at Law’s Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney, Shannon Wynn, at 262-725-0175 or visit a Wynn at Law office in Delavan, Lake Geneva, Salem, or Muskego, Wisconsin.
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                1 year 3 weeks ago

                Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Best Plan or Best Guess? Donnell’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy got discharged this month. We have about 30 to 40 bankruptcies discharged—that means approved and done—every month. But Donnell’s was special. He explained why, when he wrote me one of our best reviews ever. You can read it here.   Donnell says he […]The post Bankruptcy: Best Plan or Best Guess? by Robert Weed appeared first on Robert Weed.

                1 year 1 month ago

                While bankruptcy relief is available as a tool for individuals to discharge debts, it is not available to everyone, under all circumstances. Before a debtor can, for example, discharge debts in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, he or she must prove that debts and income are within certain statutory thresholds. When determining whether an individual is eligible for relief, the nature of the debts at issue is also relevant. Read More ›
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                1 year 1 month ago

                The New Agreement Getting paid as a chapter 13 debtor’s attorney has always proven somewhat difficult. Not the least of which is that the debtor typically must make chapter 13 plan payments from which counsel can be paid. Add on top of that the fee application, the fee order and the presentment been before the+ Read More
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                1 year 4 weeks ago

                If you are selling your home as a FBSO (For Sale By Owner) or buying a home which is being sold FSBO, you need a knowledgeable Walworth County real estate attorney to protect your real estate transaction. Many things could and do go wrong during a FSBO real estate transaction. Walworth County real estate attorney Shannon Wynn will help you steer clear of potential pitfalls.
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                How Walworth County Real Estate Attorney Shannon Wynn Helps FSBO Parties:
                1. A Walworth County real estate attorney can protect your home sale when unexpected circumstances occur which are not covered on a real estate agent’s standardized form.
                2. A Walworth County real estate attorney can assist FSBO buyers with writing and revising an Offer to Purchase as well as any needed Counteroffers.
                3. A Walworth County real estate attorney can negotiate on your behalf during the purchase process.
                4. A Walworth County real estate attorney can help FSBO buyers with construction, zoning, and association questions.
                5. If the buyer’s home inspection comes back undesirable, a Walworth County real estate attorney can help you resolve those issues.
                6. If anything at closing goes awry, such as the buyer backing out or an issue with your title insurance, a Walworth County real estate attorney will be on your side to protect your home sale and assist with any special circumstances.
                7. A Walworth County real estate attorney will make sure that all contracts adhere to Wisconsin state law.
                8. FSBO parties need a Walworth County real estate attorney to review title of property. There are many issues that need to be addressed, such as: Is the legal description correct on the title? Are liens and judgments removed? Are there easements on the FSBO property that will affect the sale?
                9. A Walworth County real estate attorney can assist FSBO parties with issues involving the title company. Without a real estate attorney, FSBO parties need to arrange for title insurance, preparing the deed and scheduling the closing.
                Contact Our Walworth County Real Estate Attorney, Shannon Wynn
                Hiring a Walworth County real estate attorney to protect your rights, money, and real estate transaction is the common sense thing for FSBO parties to do. A Walworth County real estate attorney will make sure your FSBO sale is completed lawfully and fairly. If you are planning to list your home as a FSBO, contact our Walworth County real estate attorney, Shannon Wynn, to assist you every step of the way. You can reach our Walworth County real estate office, Wynn at Law, LLC, by phone at 262-725-0175 or by email via our website’s contact page. Wynn at Law, LLC has real estate offices located in Lake Geneva, Delavan, Salem, and Muskego.
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