Legal Articles, Bankruptcy & Debt

Court Judgments Signify Loss of Collections Lawsuits

If you are concerned about impending creditor lawsuits or fighting a default judgment, consult with an experienced law firm as soon as possible.

Looking for Student Loan Forgiveness? Check Out These Programs

There are a host of different programs available via the government if you are having trouble making payments on your student loans, and many of them are overlooked by borrowers.

Living Paycheck to Paycheck? A Collections Lawsuit Could Be Devastating

The average US consumer has a lot on their shoulders financially; studies show that the typical household holds nearly $135,000.00 in debt. Have you or someone you know been on the receiving end of a collections lawsuit?

Creditor Negotiations May Still Be Possible after the Default Judgment

Consumer debt just continues to grow in the US, with recent news pointing to second quarter numbers that show an increase of $454 billion from one year ago.

Considering Grad School? The Payoff May Be All About Student Loan Debts

Graduate students represent a small number of student loan borrowers, but the amounts they borrow can be astronomical in comparison.

Collections Lawsuits: Don’t Let Fear Keep You from Eliminating Debt

Realizing that you are falling into insurmountable debt is frightening, and finding out that you are being sued is certainly worse, not to mention worrying about the threat of a default or court judgment.

Ignoring Debt Will Catch Up with You—Reach Out Before There is A Court Judgment

Delinquencies and defaults can be devastating to your credit, but legal action is an escalation that should have your attention immediately. Even if you know you owe the debt, respond!

College Dropouts Occur For Many Reasons, But Student Loans Remain

Students who come from more affluent families tend to stay in college, while those from lower-income backgrounds do not stand as much of a chance.

Default Judgments Are Court Orders

A judgment not only means the judge ruled in favor of the entity suing you, but they are also imbued with much greater power to seek payment of the debt.

I Defaulted & The Government is Taking My Pay

Younger borrowers may not understand the ramifications of taking out large student loans—and they also may not immediately understand the complications ahead when bills are not paid to federal or private loan servicers.

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