While I do not disagree with the other attorney here, you may seek out council in Connecticut if you can find an attorney adept at collection of judgments. This is a long and arduous process which likely includes domesticating the judgment in the proper state. Please feel free to contact us for more information
It is very important that you speak with a criminal defense attorney who is knowledgeable in immigration issues as well. Please feel free to contact us as we have capable attorneys who are able to consult with you.
Hello, I am an attorney licensed in both Connecticut and New York with my offices located in Stratford, CT approximately 15 minutes from New Haven. The sooner you file your domestic violence the more seriously your claim will be taken, in my experience. If you wait six months to file, it may not be acted upon quite as quickly. That does not mean your should not act upon it. Feel free to contact us for further assistance and information.
Hello, I am an attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York with my offices in Stratford, approximately 15 minutes from New Haven. This is an eviction question. He can serve you with a Notice to Quit in Connecticut giving you three days from after the date of service to leave. If you do not leave a complaint can be filed in housing court to evict you. Please feel free to contact us for further assistance or information.
I am a Connecticut and New York licensed attorney. My offices are located in Stratford, roughly 15 minutes from North Haven. We handle medical malpractice claims, however without more details it is difficult to evaluate your case, however we would be happy to review the documents and offer a more educated opinion of the matter. It would be a free consultation of course. Please feel free to contact our offices.
Attorney Lassen is correct. Your boyfriend should sit down with an attorney. I have been in Toad's Place many times and can definitely see how something like this could happen. My office has handled cases similar to this as well and we offer free consultations on this type of matter. Please feel free to contact us. You may have a valid claim.
Who is Steven? Is this a debt collector? If so you should read up on the FDCPA which is a group of federal laws regulating the actions of debt collectors. If it is a a first letter, they are required to offer you 30 days to request validation of the debt. There are other requirements as well. You may find my FDCPA article on this site useful.
Im not sure what it is you think you read or learned, but what most likely happened is that the company you stole from sold or sent out the collection account to Palmer Reifler to collect upon. As a debt not stemming from a consumer relationship, the FDCPA does not apply. You can possibly settle with Palmer Reifler, but I seem to recall that they are legitimate, having had clients in similar situations. Law Offices of Palmer, Reifler & Associates, P.A. is a leading civil recovery law firm that...
While I agree with the other attorneys who have answered, I think you should immediately send a letter to the attorney for debt validation. While validation is only offered within the thirty days after the first debt collection letter, you can still request it to let them know you are serious about handling this matter. Also you may wish to review all correspondence with a consumer attorney to see if there are any FDCPA violations that might make negotiation more likely. Please feel free to...