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How Far Back Can the IRS Go to Collect Taxes?
Find out how long the IRS can come after you for back taxes. ... READ MORE

How Will the IRS Contact Me If I Owe Money?
Learn how to spot an IRS collection scam. ... READ MORE

How Long Can a Creditor Collect on a Debt?
Creditors can collect old debts for years. But they lose leverage, and you lose the incentive to pay, as the debts age. ... READ MORE

How Long Can a Creditor Garnish Your Wages?
Find out when your wage garnishment will end. ... READ MORE

How Do I Object to a Wage Garnishment?
Learn about steps you can take to stop a creditor from deducting money from your paycheck. ... READ MORE

How Can I Find Out Who Is Garnishing My Wages?
Tips to help you identify the creditor deducting money from your paycheck. ... READ MORE

How to Stop a Wage Garnishment
Learn ways to stop a creditor from deducting money from your paycheck. ... READ MORE

How Much Can a Creditor Garnish From My Paycheck?
Learn about the maximum amount that can be taken from your earnings to pay a debt. ... READ MORE

When Can a Creditor Garnish Your Wages?
Learn whether a creditor can take wages immediately or must take you to court first. ... READ MORE

What Can a Creditor Do With a Judgment?
A judgment creditor can take wages, bank account funds, property, and more. ... READ MORE

 

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That depends. It can be anywhere from 3-10 years depending on the type of debt to be collected.

To what end? You will need to report this to SS or law enforcement and see what they can do. Otherwise, you will need to hire a lawyer and establish a guardianship. 

Not easily and at great expense unfortunately. This is the price of not handling this issue properly from the start. This will be a classic "he said /she said " litigation case if the other giy wont p ...Read more

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Property Exempt from Creditor’s Liens

It should be noted that Texas history is filled with citizens from other states and countries moving to Texas to escape debt and not so friendly debt collection laws, incluing in some instances, debto ... Read more

Enforcing a Court Judgement

A man was awarded $11,500 by the court in attorney fees after being sued by his ex-wife. As of now, she refuses to pay any of the fees. What’s more, she has also quit her job. This man seeks adv ... Read more

Recent Nevada Supreme Court ruling on garnishments

Many creditors use garnishments as a means to enforcing their judgments. In a recent Nevada Supreme Court decision, Pacific Western Bank, v. The Eighth Judicial District Court 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 78 (20 ... Read more

Post Judgment Collections and Interrogatories in Aid of Execution: What Happens When a Judgment is Taken Against You?

Under Pennsylvania law, a "judgment" means any court order in favor of a plaintiff, and against you.  When that judgment involves damages, the Plaintiff has a right to collect against y ... Read more

FDCPA Class Action Settlement Gets Approved by the Court

A federal judge has approved a class action settlement against Collection Acquisition Company, LLC for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  In Jackson v. Collection Acquisition ... Read more

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