Debtor and Creditor

 
 

Lawyers from our extensive network are ready to answer your question

Debtor And Creditor Questions

Filter by
 


You apparantly already have a lawyer than handled that issue - that is who you should ask. No one in an online blurb could possibly know all the details of what happened inthe law suit you described c ...Read more

This sounds like a scam.  It is possible also that they are a real firm with little to no web footprint.  My office handles a little known area of consumer law called Fair Debt Collection Pr ...Read more

See more  Debtor And Creditor Questions

WHAT IS THE MASSACHUSETTS HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

A. THE MASSACHUSETTS HOMESTEAD ACT UNDER G.L.C.188 IS DESIGNED TO GIVE HOMEOWNERS LIMITED PROTECTION AGAINST UNSECURED CREDITORS. The Massachusetts Homestead Act is a law in Massachusetts by which a h ... Read more

My wife, unemployed and mentally ill, is being served for credit cards. Opt

Q: My wife had several credit cards that she was paying on when we were dating. She eventually became unable to work due to her mental illnesses and has been unemployed for over a year now. As a resul ... Read more

What You Should Know About Judgments

Most people don’t think about court judgments until they are faced with one, either about to be or already issued. Yet everyone should be aware of the basic principles underlying a court judgmen ... Read more

When to Call a Lawyer to Protect Your Creditor/Debtor Rights

In times past, creditors – that is, those who lent debtor’s property or services on a promise that the obligation would be paid – held considerable power over debtors. If a debtor fa ... 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

See more  (36 Blogs on Debtor And Creditor)

Get Professional Help

Find a Debtor And Creditor lawyer
Practice Area:
Zip Code:
 
How It Works
  1. Briefly tell us about your case
  2. Provide your contact information
  3. Connect with local attorneys
NEED PROFESSIONAL HELP?

Talk to an attorney

How It Works

  1. Briefly tell us about your case
  2. Provide your contact information
  3. Choose attorneys to contact you