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Author: Jim White

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The Home Affordable Mortgage Program (HAMP) – the government-funded loan modification program that offers help for people who have fallen behind on their mortgage to stay in their home – was fatally flawed from its inception.  The administration acted as though banks are run by...

Jim White was named to the 2013 Business North Carolina Legal Elite for his work with individuals and businesses as debtors in bankruptcy. Since 2002, Business North Carolina magazine has honored Tar Heel lawyers by publishing Business North Carolina's Legal Elite, a listing of the state's...

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