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Apr 28, 2016
In episode 18 of the podcast, we discuss bankruptcy. What are the reasons that someone might want to file? What are some issues a debtor might encounter? We've posted other episodes of the podcast that deal with specific bankruptcy issues, and have more planned. This episode, however, is a bit more generic. We would love your feedback on the podcast in general, or on this episode, and please connect with us on Facebook, Google+ or Linkedin. If you have specific questions, please contact me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.
Apr 21, 2016
In this week's episode of the podcast, we talk about how I use systems to structure a client's experience with the office, based on lessons I learned while running. In 2014, I was diagnosed as pre-diabetic and my sugar levels were dangerously high. Those who know me, know my fear of needles, so it was easy to start a diet and exercise regiment to ward off high cholesterol, high sugar and the results that come with them. I enjoy running 5 and 10k races (and now include swimming laps training for a triathlon) because the time alone helps me to think about ways that I can improve processes here at the office. The time helps me think about the importance of setting goals and measuring my results. I appreciate your indulgence in deviating from the legal podcast content for one week and I hope you enjoy this episode. If you have topics that would make good content, please email me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com, or visit the website at www.yesnerlaw.com. Also connect with me on Facebook, www.facebook.com/yesnerlaw.
Apr 14, 2016
In this week's episode of the Yesner Law podcast, we discuss a potentially scary issue for people filing bankruptcy. What happens when the debtor's house is upside down, behind in payments, and maybe even in foreclosure, and the homeowner wants to use the bankruptcy to surrender the house? Sometimes, the trustees sell the house to an investor, who then rents the house for cash flow until the bank forecloses. While this may seem unfair, it is proper under the Bankruptcy Code and Rules (at least here in Tampa Bay). We discuss when this might happen, and what options the homeowner has to try to avoid this situation. If you have stories where this has happened to someone you know, please share those stories on our social media sites - https://www.facebook.com/yesnerlaw. Or send me an email at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com.
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