As a blogger with a busy “day-job,” I really appreciate it when others do the research for me.
Oregon attorney blogs and consumer and financial law websites offer a wealth of useful information, e.g.
1) Foreclosures: Attorney Ben Knaupp has been blogging a lot about foreclosure law, including an 8-part series on: Dealing with Foreclosure in Oregon, that he ran in October and September 2009.
2) See also related foreclosure blogging by HOA/condo law attorneys.
3) Reverse mortgages worth a look for some seniors, August 28 & August 29, 2010, by Brent Hunsberger, The Oregonian
4) The Oregonian “It’s Only Money” column provides personal finance and consumer information. It’s hard to separate the two, as we see from the new federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enacted into law in July 2010.
When you research financial information online, make sure you are getting reliable information, but keep in mind, that the only way you can find out for sure if the law you read applies to your exact situation is to consult a qualified lawyer or tax specialist.
The information provided on this blog is for research purposes only. We do not provide legal advice, nor do we endorse any person, product, or company.
Disclaimer: It is against state law for library staff members to engage in any conduct that might constitute the unauthorized practice of law (ORS 9.160, 9.166 and 9.21). They may not interpret statutes, cases or regulations, perform legal research, recommend or assist in the preparation of forms, or advise patrons regarding their legal rights. They may, however, assist patrons in locating materials or links that would aid in individual research.