Legal Advice for Debt Collection — 725 results
Written by attorney Patricia Williams, over 1 year ago.
If your wages or bank account are being garnished, you probably have a financial emergency. Can you keep up with all your other bills if 25% is deducted from every paycheck? After reading... more
Written by attorney Patricia Williams, 10 months ago.
Don’t go into panic mode if you are served with a lawsuit by a deputy. And don’t just ignore it, like a kid putting their head under the covers, and hope it will go away; it won’t. If you... more
Written by attorney Michael Daymude, about 2 years ago.
What is the statute of limitations for an action on a promissory note? The statute of limitations for an action upon any contract, obligation or liability founded upon an instrument in... more
Written by attorney J. Williams, about 2 years ago.
To many people with large student loans, their financial future looks bleak, especially if their expensive education has not led to a good-paying job. The debt collectors for these loans... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 6 months ago.
You thought your troubles were behind you. Debts have been charged off or settled or discharged in bankruptcy. The phone calls have stopped. Then one day you receive a "1099-C... more
Written by attorney Gregory Atwood, 10 months ago.
What To Do If Being Sued?
If you are being sued by a creditor, there is help and a way to avoid judgements.
A creditor has the right to seek a judgment against a debtor who has fallen... 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 George Giddens, 11 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 Bennett Wills, about 1 year ago.
If you have been sued civilly in the District Court of Maryland and you want to settle you have a three options. But let's first discuss the elements of a settlement agreement. Any... more
Written by attorney Peter Grain, about 4 years ago.
DebtBuyers that purchase credit card debt often do not have proof of claim. When dunned or sued by a Debt Buyer, make the Debt Buyer validate the debt pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt... more
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