Michael Wayne Weston’s Guides

Michael Wayne Weston

Bellaire Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Statute of Limitations for Debt in Texas

    Video posted by attorney Michael Weston, 5 months ago.

    The Statute of Limitations for Debt in Texas is 4 years. When this timeline starts is a little confusing. Most Courts will simply look to the last payment to the original creditor. This is usually

  2. How to Answer a Lawsuit in Texas

    Video posted by attorney Michael Weston, 5 months ago.

    Deny the Plaintiffs Claims Answering a Lawsuit in Texas is relatively simple. The answer is a denial of the lawsuit, often called a “General Denial” The most common mistakes consumers make is by ad

  3. Judgment for Debt? Here is What Creditors Normally Do.

    Written by attorney Michael Weston, 5 months ago.

    Creditors obtain more power after a judgment is signed in their favor by a Court. This guide helps to explain some of the collection tactics that creditors use. Wage Garnishment Wage Garnishment is a

  4. Top Consumer Myths About Credit Card Lawsuits

    Written by attorney Michael Weston, over 5 years ago.

    Myth #1 - I don't have any money so there is no reason for me to fight the lawsuit As stated above, any money in the bank can be garnished. I have had people call me two to three years after a judgme

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