B. Douglas Cook

Doug is an attorney licensed to practice in Colorado and Texas. He received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and his law degree from Baylor University. Following three years practicing law in Dallas, Doug was commissioned as an officer and served as a Judge Advocate General in the United States Air Force. During his time in the Air Force, Doug advised active and retired airmen, as well as their families, on a wide variety of legal issues, including real estate and foreclosure. Following his service, Doug lived in Colorado, where he primarily practiced real estate and construction law. He developed an expertise in mortgage and foreclosure law. As part of the National Mortgage Settlement and the Independent Foreclosure Review, Doug lead a study regarding state foreclosure laws across the country. Doug now lives in Montana where he focuses on writing and legal research.

Articles By B. Douglas Cook

Buying Insurance for Your Car
Get information about the different types of automobile insurance coverage you can buy.
Delaware Foreclosure Laws and Procedures
Facing foreclosure in Delaware? Learn about your rights and find out how you might be able to save your home.
Car Insurance: Factors That May Affect Your Premium
Different factors affect how much you'll pay for car insurance. You can control some factors, but not others.
South Carolina Foreclosure Laws and Procedures
Avoid surprises and know your rights when facing foreclosure in South Carolina.
Buying a Used Car: What You Need to Know
If you're in the market for a used car, here's what you need to know to get a reliable vehicle at a good price.
The Difference Between a Judicial and Nonjudicial Foreclosure
Learn the basics about judicial and nonjudicial foreclosures.
The Difference Between a Mortgage Servicer and a Foreclosure Trustee
Learn the difference between a mortgage servicer and a foreclosure trustee.
If I borrow a car and damage another vehicle in an accident, am I covered under the owner’s insurance policy?
Learn what's covered if you damage another vehicle while driving a borrowed car.
What Kind of Car Insurance Do I Need?
Some types of car insurance are mandatory, others are optional.