Legal Advice for Sued for Debt — 68 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey B. Peltz, over 1 year ago.
Some questions you should ask yourself if you are thinking of filing bankruptcy.
Written by attorney John Watts, about 3 years ago.
Debt collectors love to threaten to sue you. When this threat is made you need to first know whether the statute of limitations has expired.If it has, then the threat is illegal and... more
Written by attorney Michael Weston, 2 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... more
Written by attorney Dwayne Farnsworth, 6 months ago.
FAQ: Does a bankruptcy stop a lawsuit against me?
Written by attorney John Watts, over 1 year ago.
Debt Collection -- Stop Frivolous Lawsuits Against Alabama Consumers
Written by attorney Dwayne Farnsworth, 8 months ago.
When you file for bankruptcy, any creditors that think that you owe them money will need to file a proof of claim with the court if they want to be paid out of any assets of the bankruptcy... more
Written by attorney Yekaterina Mesic, about 1 year ago.
This is my article that was recently published in Jacksonville Advantage Magazine (http://www.bluetoad.com/publication/?i=136938).
If you are a business owner, I would suggest you check it... more
Written by attorney Paul Meissner, almost 2 years ago.
Attorney and Managing Partner Paul Meissner gives counsel.http://www.carlsonmeissner.com/
Written by attorney John Watts, over 2 years ago.
Sued By A Debt Buyer -- Why We Do Not Recommend Counter Claims
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 6 months ago.
Most of us have heard the phrase "Statute of Limitations" but do you know what it really is and how it could prevent you from pursuing your claim? New Jersey business and personal law... more
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