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How Do Judgments Affect Credit Reports?

17th January 2013
Judgments do not always appear on credit reports. How it sometimes goes is, if you check your credit report once a year, they might not appear; and then, when you try to rent anything, try to get credit card or a loan, judgments magically appear and seem ... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

First Time DUI in California

09th February 2012
Within the state of California, once you have been faced with DUI, or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, it is a serious charge that can have a very lasting impact on your life. You need to consult a DUI lawyer as early as you can after your... Read >
Author: Autumn

Four Powerful Ways to Stop a Wage Garnishment

02nd December 2010
Having a wage garnishment attached to your weekly or monthly income can be devastating to most consumers. But with a little education and know how, there are ways to avoid a wage garnishment. Wage garnishments can be initiated after the creditor gets a ju... Read >
Author: McClayborne

Judgment Settlers

14th July 2010
I know a lot, but I'm not a lawyer. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer. Many people know that most judgments are never enforced. There are many reasons for this, some of which include: laws do not make it easy to enforce judgments, some debtors... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Shawn Buige and Troy Spencer have money for you!

27th April 2010
The secret? How do they do it?You can't figure out where lost cash is, that belongs to you. So what do Troy Spencer and Shawn Buige know that you don't? Did you think all unclaimed property was available on the web? That's a bit naive, don't you think?The... Read >
Author: Jeffrey Johnston

Does a Wage Garnishment in Missouri and Illinois Ever End?

10th March 2010
A wage garnishment is a common tactic used by creditors to collect a debt-and it is troubling hard workers all over America. Having a creditor garnish up to 25% of your paycheck (or up to 65% if the debt is child support) certainly doesn't help you get ou... Read >
Author: JamesBrown

Mortgage Default and Default Judgment in Foreclosure - What's the Difference?

22nd October 2009
When banks foreclose on a home, the owners are often confused by the language used in the various legal documents. One of the terms that causes the most confusion is "default." There are at least two different ways that this word is used during the forecl... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Credit Card Laws in PA

11th November 2008
Credit Card collection lawsuits are rapidly increasing in Pennsylvania, especially with the down economy. The volume of phone calls and emails that I receive on this topic is astounding. What I have discovered is that many people do not know their rights ... Read >
Author: gregartim

What happens to Second Mortgage after foreclosure on the first?

21st August 2008
Scenario: I have a foreclosure soon to take place on my first mortgage. What happens to the second mortgage if it is paid up to date? I was so stupid that paid a company XYZ $1000 to negotiate a plan for paying the first loan. they promised me that the f... Read >
Author: Samantha

Can they Garnish my Wages?

12th April 2007
Recently, I've had several calls to my office about Garnishment of Wages, so perhaps a short article is in order. Wage Garnishment is a legal procedure in which a person's earnings are required by court order to be withheld by an employer for the payment ... Read >
Author: gregartim
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