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South Jersey Legal Services , Inc.


South Jersey Legal Services Attorney


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www.pressofatlanticcity.com

Betsy Cunningham, an attorney with the South Jersey Legal Service, who is helping Crockett fight for his home, said the case is very unusual but perfectly legal.Cunningham said it is not legal in some states but is in New Jersey.Still, she said it is rare for smaller creditors to foreclose on homes, but her organization, which provides free legal services to low-income people, has had two such cases recently."It's another way to lose your home.Legally, they're allowed to do this, but I haven't seen it in years.This is like a new angle for collection.It's scary.To me, it's a little disgusting," Cunningham said.Cunningham said Crockett has offered to pay $50 per month, but LT Asset Recovery declined the offer several times.Cunningham said LT Asset Recovery argued Crockett had no other assets other than the house.Cunningham said that could mean the bidder would only get half the property, but it could also force a sale."It ultimately could lead him to be homeless," he said.Cunningham said a church has agreed to contribute $1,000 toward the debt.Anybody interested in helping, can call South Jersey Legal Service at 609-465-3001."This was probably $5,000 to begin with before fees and interest.That's a really small credit-card debt to have to lose your house," Cunningham said.


www.pressofatlanticcity.com

South Jersey Legal Services attorney Betsy Cunningham said many low-income clients rely on rental assistance, known as Section 8 housing.


www.pressofatlanticcity.com

The move was panned by South Jersey Legal Services attorney Betsy Cunningham who said many rely on the rental assistance known as Section 8 housing."It's going to be a horrible thing.


www.pressofatlanticcity.com

South Jersey Legal Services attorney Betsy Cunningham said many low-income clients rely on rental assistance, known as Section 8 housing.
The office in Burleigh was pretty convenient," Cunningham said.


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Betsy G. Cunningham, Attorney, 4100 North Charles Street, Suite 1105, Baltimore, Maryland 21218.Betsy G. Cunningham, Attorney,4100 North Charles Street, Suite 1105,Baltimore, Maryland 21218.


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