Written by attorney John Skiba, almost 2 years ago.
Case Killer: How to Defeat a Motion for Summary Judgment
Nothing can blow your case out of the water like a motion for summary judgment. You got served with adebt... more
In California, certain limits (subject to exceptions which reduce the limit) exist for filing small claims court actions. For example, a person is limited to requesting no more than $10,000 per... more
Jeremy J. Cobb, Esq.
This article discusses Minnesota law relating to the removal (discharge) of judgments following a judgment debtors bankruptcy.
Many debtors in bankruptcy come... more
You Might Not Know When Youre Impaired
Ideally a debtor would know a priori when a lien impairs an exemption to which the debtor would have been entitled under subsection (b), but counsel must... more
OK, you won your case and the court ordered your opponent to pay you. Now what? A judgment creditor can take the following steps to increase the likelihood of collecting from the judgment debtor:... more
I've seen letters from Wright Shagley & Lowery, P.C. that violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. If Wright Shagley & Lowery, P.C. has sent you a letter, use this guide to determine if you... more