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Do You Need an Attorney to Defend a Collections Lawsuit?

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So you are being sued on debt and you aren’t sure if it’s worth hiring an attorney or not. Surely an attorney will cost money, but will he or she cost more than what you could pay to resolve the debt? While there are no bright line answers as to when it’s worth hiring… Read More »

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Income-Based Repayment Can Have the Same Effect as Discharging Student Loans

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If you have a federal student loan, and you’re not making enough to pay your loan payments (or you are completely unemployed), you may be looking for relief from your loans. In fact, you may be looking to explore options to discharge your loans in bankruptcy, or, if your unemployment is caused by medical… Read More »

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Are You Liable for the Debts of Your Spouse or Future Spouse?

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One of the most frequent questions consumer lawyers get is the extent of liability that a spouse has for the debts that are incurred by the other. Sometimes spouses are worried about being responsible for debts incurred by the other spouse during the marriage, and other times people may ask whether they will become… Read More »

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Debt Buyers Often Have No Idea Whether Debts are Actually Accurate

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Would you pay millions of dollars for something without knowing what it is and without getting any warranties that what you’re purchasing is what you’re getting? Probably not – unless you’re a debt buyer, which does just this, often to the detriment of consumers. How Debts are Purchased As you may know, debt buyers… Read More »

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Debt Collectors Often Provide You the Wrong Information

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When we think of debtors harassing consumers, we often think of debt collectors threatening jail, threatening to hurt someone’s family, berating consumers, or cursing at them. This all does happen in the debt collection world, and it’s certainly illegal. But there’s a large part of creditor harassing that isn’t so obvious and that many… Read More »

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