Legal Advice for “Credit Card Debt” — 564 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Stein, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Debt collectors file hundreds, even thousands, of lawsuits each year to collect money, when most of these cases could be resolved without litigation. These five tips will help you resolve... more
Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Often, whether is is a lost job or other circumstances such as illness,bills piled up. With the huge interest rates credit card companies get away with charging, bills pile up fast.You may... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 10 months ago.
By: Peter J. Lamont, Esq.
New Jersey Business and Personal Law Attorney
Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont
With the holidays fast upon us, now is the time to set down a budget for this year'... more
Written by attorney George Giddens, 10 months ago.
Despite a federal law passed a few years back requiring credit card companies to provide easier-to-read notfications to its customers and to limit the fees they can legally charge customers... more
Written by attorney J. Williams, 10 months ago.
By Attorneys Jeff Patty Williams
Dealing with debt collectors can be very stressful. Although some are very reasonable and play by the rules, many collectors employ low-wage telephone... more
Written by attorney Alex Bezu, 2 months ago.
If your credit score is hit because of inaccurate information reported by a creditor or a collection agency, you may be able to remove it yourself in three simple steps. This guide will... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 4 months ago.
. . There is a great website where you can get a free credit report from each of the three credit reporting agencies once a year: www.AnnualCreditReport.com. You have to take a quiz to... more
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, almost 2 years ago.
It began with MySpacethen Facebookand now Twitter and LinkedIn. Theres EHarmony and Match.com. Your inbox gets flooded with Groupons and Living Social deals even Amazons jumped on board.... more
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, about 2 years ago.
Give Your Kid Some Credit With the Whitehouse now pushing to allow some forgiveness toward student loan debt (thank god), it seemed appropriate to post about college credit. I realize... more
Written by attorney Christopher Benson, 4 months ago.
The purpose of bankruptcy is to help you get a fresh start, provide you with an incentive to work, earn money, pay taxes and take care of your family. Part of that purpose is rebuilding... more
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