• 00:16

    Mechanics Liens

    in Legal

    This podcast will discuss mechanics liens. It will help you understand the different kinds of mechanics liens and the requirements for each one.

  • 00:29

    IRS Liens/Levies-How to defend yourself against their unlawful actions

    in Self Help

    The IRS routinely places Liens and levies against Americans across this republic, but are they valid?  In most, if not ALL cases, NO!  The IRS does many of its attacks under the color of law, using administrative actions which are outside due process, and are outside their own regulations... but they don't care.  They KNOW they can rely on fear and intimidation of your bank or business entity who controls your money or assets to turn over your assest without actually proving the Levy is valid, or that the IRS followed the simple laws.  Well, now you have the means to fight the IRS, and NOTICE your bank or other institution being Levied using simple documents, and especially the law itself to hold your bank accountable for the unlawful release of your assets if they ignore your legal notice.

  • 00:16

    Mechanics Liens 101

    in Legal

    Mechanics liens can be a powerful tool for those performing services on a person’s home or a commercial building – what do you need to know about them?  This Podcast with Lance Ziebell of Lavelle Law will explore mechanics liens and teach you all you need to know.

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    in Education


  • 01:01

    Protect Your Property and Business From Predators, Creditors, Liens & Judgements

    in Real Estate

    CREPN Guest Harry Barth is the founding member and the Senior Partner in the firm BarthCalderon, LLP. Harry has more than 40 years of experience counseling franchisees, property owners, business owners, corporations, individuals and families. He has distinguished himself by being an asset protection advocate. He has co-authored a book, " Planning Today For All Your Tomorrow's, a Practical Guide to Help High Income and/or High Net Worth Clients".

    Important Asset Protection topics we will cover;

    + Distinction between your business and personal holdings.

    + Different kinds of creditors and the risk they pose to your property and business.

    + Choosing proper business structure to minimize your liabilities.

    + Foreign and domestic tools and techniques.

    + Estate planning as part of asset protection.

    + Proper legal entity for your property.

    + Common mistakes made in setting up and administering LLC's.

    FREE WebEstateGuide for CREPN Listeners

  • 00:31

    Bankruptcy Basics: Wage Assignments, Garnishments, Account Freezes and Liens

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress. On today’s program, we cover bankruptcy’s effect on wage assignments, wage garnishments, bank account freezes and liens.

    Bankruptcy issues covered on this show:

    Wage assignments, how they operate and what happens to them during bankruptcy.
    Wage garnishments and what happens when you file a bankruptcy petition.
    Bank account freezes and how a bankruptcy case will unfreeze them.  
    Liens of different types and how they operate when you are in bankruptcy.

    Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973 he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.


    Visit our Chicago Bankruptcy Site online for more about the firm.

  • 02:01

    Walls In Our Minds

    in Current Events

    Tonight on Walls In Our Minds: Ron McDonald, Author of "They Own It All (Including You!)" What if you could stop the false federal god from intruding into Your Nation State and Stealing Property? What if you could stop all the bankster theft of real property in Your County? Ron McDonald will share an idea with us tonight that may just turn those 'What Ifs' into reality. Renewing the Foundations of Freedom Special weekly segment focusing on identifying and eliminating the walls in our minds so as to bring forth the Second American Revolution. Join Terry Dodd, Red Beckman, drkate, and others for a lively discussion and some real life strategy.

  • 00:16

    Stripping off a Lien in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    in Legal

    A second mortgage/HELOC lien can be removed from your home in a chapter 13 bankruptcy IF the first mortgage balance is greater than the fair market value of the home.  Tune in with Attorney Timothy Hughes to learn more about stripping a lien in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.

  • 01:03

    How to Invest in Real Estate Using Your Self Directed IRA with Edwin Kelly

    in Real Estate

    Edwin Kelly is the Director of Education at Specialized IRA Services

    Edwin has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money Magazine as well as featured on CNBC.

    Edwin is a frequent guest on radio and television including being a guest expert on the Money Show. Edwin’s formal background includes an MBA and he was formerly a Registered Investment Advisor consulting to institutional clients like the Bank of New York.

    He is America’s foremost expert on helping regular everyday people achieve true financial security and freedom by combining the power of Self Directed IRA’s with Real Estate Investing, Tax Liens and Private Lending.



  • 02:01

    Administration Procedure, Liens, Creditor, Trust

    in Culture

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  • 01:00

    Tax Liens: The Lowdown On Tax Liens

    in Business

    What are tax liens? In its most basic form, a tax lien is a way to legally guarantee that an individual, business or lender will be paid for a debt, by placing a restriction on the debtor's property, which limits them from transferring its title or using it as collateral to obtain further financing.

    Tax Liens may be placed on a type of personal property of real estate. The most common lien today is a mortgage. Other types include: mechanic's liens; attorney's liens and tax liens. Each type sports its own rules and deadlines regarding filing, and may vary widely from state to state or even county to county.

    There are two types of liens: the particular lien; and the general lien.

    Particular liens arise when a person claims a right to retain property, in respect of money or labor expended on the property in question. This kind of lien may be issued in one of three ways: by express contract; from implied contract as in usage of trade); or by legal arrangement of the two parties (as when a contractor finishes contracted work on the property or goods have been salvaged from the sea).

    In contrast, general liens are issued when: an agreement is reached between the two parties; by general usage or trade; or by particular usage or trade.

    In addition, most liens are also divided into two main groups: legal and federal liens (which can be enforced by law), and equity liens (which are valid only in a court of equity).

    To create a valid lien it is important to ensure that the party it is acquired does indeed hold absolute ownership of the property in question; that the person laying claim on the lien has the right to do so; and that the lien s being placed in direct purpose of an agreement of payment made by the two parties.

    Liens may be attached to personal property or real estate for the following reasons:

    * to pay tax debt - a tax lien
    * to pay for labor services rendered and/or construction supplies
    * for mortgages

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