Legal Articles, Bankruptcy

Court Judgment Granted Against Me: Why Would the Creditor Back Down Now?

All is not lost simply because the judgment was granted, especially if you had a valid excuse for not filing a response. There is a chance that you were never served documents alerting you to the existence of the lawsuit.

College Tuition Continues to Grow and Young Borrowers Are Forced to Take Out Large Student Loans

Defaulting on a student loan almost always entails negative consequences, especially for young borrowers. In some cases, they may be forced to hold off on getting married, having kids, or starting businesses.

Debt Collection Agencies: Good at Calling, Poor at Providing Account Histories

Debt collectors are obligated to validate the debt with information about who is owed and how much. This is basic information that they should be able to produce; if they cannot, you may not hear from them again.

Chapter 12 - Special Bankruptcy Protection for Fisherman and Farmers

Family Farmers and Fisherman have special provisions in Bankruptcy that allow them to modify loan and farms and equipment, far more generous than other Bankruptcy options.

Credit Card Lawsuits: Respond Even If You Know You Owe the Debt

If you are being sued, consult with a skilled collections lawsuit attorney from a firm like Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC so you can file a thorough response to the lawsuit and figure out the best solution to resolve all your debts.

Student Loan Blame: Are For Profit Colleges At Fault?

Recent studies have shown that over half of students attending for-profit schools have defaulted on their student loans.

Debt Collections: Account Verification Can Be Both Necessary & Effective

If you are finding it difficult to pay your bills and need an experienced debtor rights attorney, contact us at Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC.

Student Loan Debt Crisis: Pushing it Under the Rug is Dangerous for the US

Are you in danger of defaulting on your student loan or are you experiencing difficulties with your student loan service company? Contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now so one of our experienced student loan debt attorneys can review your case and discuss all the available options with you.

Gregory Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC in Santa Ana Announces New Book with Simple Clear Steps to Help People with Bankruptcy Alternatives

The Bankruptcy Alternative is a comprehensive book written by Gregory Fitzgerald from Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC, a debt management attorney firm located in Santa Ana, California. The book provides the keys to a successful debt settlement, including a proven plan to work out debt, stop creditor calls and a path for readers to move forward with solving their debt challenges.

Current Student Loan Trends Show Nearly Half May Default in the Future

Are you in danger of defaulting on your student loan or are you experiencing other related financial difficulties? Contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now so one of our experienced student loan debt attorneys can review your case and discuss all the available options with you.

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