Why Ignoring Those Debt Collectors May Not Be in Your Best Interest

by Gregory Mark Fitzgerald on Mar. 28, 2019

Bankruptcy & Debt Credit & Debt Bankruptcy & Debt  Collection Bankruptcy & Debt  Bankruptcy 

Summary: Debt collectors can be intimidating, the legal process can be confusing, and the court may not always be sympathetic to your circumstances. Despite all this, no matter how skilled you become at avoiding the issue, these debts do not just go away. You deserve a permanent solution!

"The problem with tuning out your creditors is losing out on key information; shield yourself for long enough and you may have no idea what their next move is until it happens. If a lawsuit has been filed and the process server is on their way to your doorstep, it is critical that you are as prepared as possible. It can be scary, but you don’t need to go it alone. With the help of your collections lawsuit attorney, you will have someone knowledgable to walk you through the process of filing a response or attending court to avoid having a default judgment granted against you."

Read the entire article on the official Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC blog.

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