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Debtor's counsel successfully defeated this summary judgment motion brought forth by Bank of America, N.A. and a successive motion in this case. A pretrial conference is scheduled for May 23, 2013.
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Recently I began offering online legal services in response to a need that I saw going unmet. Specifically, people who need legal help in going through the court process but either couldn't afford to pay an attorney or it...more
I have mentioned before that lately I am seeing more people come in for a bankruptcy consultation that have been sued by one of their credit card companies. Usually it is for smaller amounts, less than $5,000. Nothing sends...more
Few things are as unsettling as having a knock on the door and then finding yourself being served with a lawsuit by a process server. However, if debts go unpaid long enough, eventually many creditors will sue. Bankruptcy...more
Lately I have seen an influx of clients who are facing a wage garnishment or who have recently had a creditor garnish their bank accounts. This is likely due to the fact that this bad economy has been going for years now...more
In this article I discuss how bankruptcy can help you deal with a law suit that you have recently be served with or a default judgment that may have been entered against you....more
When you aren’t able to pay your bills there is always the chance that your creditors may decide to seek payment through the courts and sue you. The knock on the door and being served with legal papers causes people to panic...more