Connecticut Foreclosures For Sale
The state’s capital city is Hartford , which has a population of 1,188,841 people. The city has maintained a dominant position in terms of economic growth throughout a number of years, as many of the state’s largest corporations are based in the city and offer plentiful opportunities for employment. Big businesses such as insurance companies, law firms and finance centers attribute greatly to the city’s thriving economy. Many notable insurance firms are based in Hartford, for instance, MassMutual, the United Health Care Company and CIGNA, just to name a few. Other aspects of the economy include the commercial shipping sector, which garners its success from the Connecticut River, linking up with the Port of New York. The added combination of aviation, the construction of major highways, and freight trains, allows for a productive and proactive import/export industry in Hartford.
Other major cities found in Connecticut include New Haven, Waterbury, Stamford, Bridgeport and Bristol. Bridgeport is the state’s most populated city, with an average of 144,229 people living there. Surrounding counties that are located in Connecticut include Tolland County, Windham County, Hartford County, Litchfield County and Fairfield County, just to name a few. Fairfield County’s seats are Bridgeport and Fairfield, appropriately making it the most populated county in the state.
Council To Consider Applicants For Tennessee Appeals Vacancy
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Nine people have applied for a vacancy on the Court of Criminal Appeals.
The vacancy in the court’s Western Section occurred when John Everett Williams died Sept. 2.
The Governor’s Council for Judicial Appointments will consider the candidates at a public hearing on Nov. 22 in the Tennessee Supreme Court Building in Jackson, the Supreme Court said.
The applicants are Joshua B. Dougan, assistant district attorney in the district that covers Chester, Henderson and Madison counties Union City attorney John Morris Miles Assistant U.S. Attorney Hillary Lawler Parham Jeffrey William Parham, circuit court judge in the district that covers Obion and Weakley counties Matthew F. Stowe, former district attorney for the district that covers Benton, Carroll, Decatur, Hardin and Henry counties Dennis Vance, former assistant district attorney for the district that covers Benton, Carroll, Decatur, Hardin and Henry counties William Mark Ward, retired criminal court judge in Shelby County Assistant U.S. Attorney Matthew Joseph Wilson and Chadwick R. Wood, assistant district attorney in the district that covers Chester, Henderson and Madison counties.
The Council will forward three names to Gov. Bill Lee for his consideration.
What Is A Zombie Foreclosure
Zombie foreclosures tend to stick around because the title of the house was never transferred from the original owner to the bank or the new homeowner. Some residents in Illinois are being billed for overgrown weeds and demolition costs on properties they thought they no longer owned. It is always good practice to check public records to make sure the deed is transferred to the new owner, even if you moved out of your home due to foreclosure.
Contact A North Chicago Foreclosure Attorney
If you have fallen behind on your mortgage payments and could lose your home, call 847-549-0000 for a free consultation. At Newland & Newland, LLP, we have more than 60 years of combined experience helping people avoid foreclosure. One of our Lake County foreclosure attorneys will try to prevent your foreclosure and help you with the proceedings.
Foreclosure Advice Virtual Meetings
If your home is at risk of foreclosure and you would like to speak with attorney about your options, you can schedule a free foreclosure advice virtual meeting here.
This is a free legal advice program for people whose home is at risk of foreclosure. This program for people who own their home or have an interest in their home such as an inheritance or a transfer because of a divorce. It is not for tenants, second homes, or investment properties. You will receive legal advice about representing yourself in your foreclosure case.
Eligible participants will be able to schedule 15-minute appointments on set dates with an attorney. Information you provide will be stored and, in anonymous form, may be used for public reports.
After answering some questions, you will be provided a link to schedule a virtual meeting. The virtual meeting will require an internet connection. If you need to conduct the meeting via telephone instead, an option will be provided for you.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to the pandemic, and since September 2021, the Judicial Branch now offers its Volunteer Attorney Program on the first and third Wednesdays of the month, from 2-4 p.m., in the following cities: Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven, Waterbury, Hartford, and New London. More information can be found here:
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