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15 faq’s about statute of limitations, debt collection, and credit reporting
Learn all you need about the statute of limitations in collection defense cases. What is the "statute of limitations"? Are you obligated to pay your debt after the statute of limitations expires? Find out.
21 faq's about "account stated"| a legal guide in debt collection law
Learn about debt collectors' theory of "account stated" to prove their collection account. Arm yourselves with the best defenses.
Did you receive a foreclosure complaint?
Discussion of options available to save your home
When to choose and credit lawyer versus a credit repair company to fix your credit?
In today’s digital world, credit plays a significant role in determining one’s future. Therefore, it’s no surprise that many ask if hiring a lawyer is the right way to fix your credit. Let’s explore the difference between credit repair companies and lawyers. They each have something unique to offer. But every situation is individual, and it’s up to you to decide what you need.
What if i can’t pay my installment agreement?
What if I Can’t Pay My Installment Agreement?
Mission product holding v. tempnology - a comment
The Supreme Court erred in the Mission Products Holding v. Tempnology case by ignoring the difference between the bankruptcy estate and the debtor.
Credit card debt, collections lawsuits, in the face of ongoing unemployment
Credit Card Debt, Collections Lawsuits, in the Face of Ongoing Unemployment
Many americans already mired in debt before covid-19
This article discusses the hardship people and consumers have undergone through out the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy made easier for small businesses struggling with covid-19 downturn
The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 became effective on February 19, 2020. The Act, along with recent changes to the Bankruptcy Code contained in the CARES stimulus bill, will make it easier for small businesses to reorganize through Chapter 11. The new law could not have come at a better time for South Florida companies suffering from the financial ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.