SCOTUS holds Debt Collectors do not violate FDCPA by filing "stale claims".

SCOTUS holds Debt Collectors do not violate FDCPA by filing "stale claims".

Consumer law attorneys have been watching closely to see how the highest Court would rule on the issue of whether filing of claims that are barred by the statute of limitations is a violation of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.  SCOTUS holds no violation in a 5-3 majority.

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Non-Bankruptcy Solutions for Student Loan Debt

Non-Bankruptcy Solutions for Student Loan Debt

A brief discussion of the practical relief from student loans in bankruptcy; and non-bankruptcy solutions borrowers can use to take control of their overwhelming student loan debt.

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Founding Partner Recognized by Mobile Bay Area Apartment Association

Founding Partner Recognized by Mobile Bay Area Apartment Association

John V. Lee received distinguished Presidential Achievement Award from Mobile Bay Area Apartment Association

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How many times can you file for bankruptcy relief?

How many times can you file for bankruptcy relief?

Have you filed for Bankruptcy in the past and want to know if you can ever file again?  Here are some answers.

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Proofs of Claim and Payday Lenders

Proofs of Claim and Payday Lenders

Judge orders payday loan company owner to surrender to US Marshalls.  

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