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As the economy continues to slump, more and more individuals have found themselves in litigation over credit card debt and home foreclosure. Both of these events can be traumatic to you personally and can be devestating to your credit. All is not lost however, there are steps you can take to get you back on your feet, settle the debt, and get you on with your life.
Below, I have posted some information which I hope that you will find useful. If after reviewing the information you feel like you need the help of a attorney, please give us a call to schedule an appoitment.
If you are being sued for a credit card, then you are not alone. In this date and time, credit card cases are filed by the hundereds. The credit card companies are able to push these case through the court with relative ease when consumers are not aware of their rights. As a credit card holder, you have rights under the Fair Debt Collections Act as well as under Florida Law. These rights are extended to you prior to and during a law suit against you. For more information about credit card defense and your rights regarding credit cards, please phone our office to make an appointment.
Please note that the items listed below are drawn from the Florida Statutes and other applicable rules. In determining whether or not your asset will be protected, you must read the entire rule and understand its application in relation to other applicable provisions of the statutes, federal regulations, and case law interpretation. Therefore the following is just to get you started and should not be used in replacement of a consultation with an attorney.
The following is a list of statutes and a brief description of same as it relates to the assets protected from creditors in foreclosure, credit card debt, and lawsuits which may result in a money judgment against you.
If you are in jeapordy of having a judgment against you, please call our office and make an appointment so that we may review your case and inform you of your rights.
The following is a list of items that are protected under Federal Regulations and incorporated into Florida Law.
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