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Understanding Credit Card Debt Lawsuits

As many US citizens often do, you might find yourself in a situation in which you are not able to keep up with your credit card payments. Failing to pay your credit card debt grants your creditor the right to file a lawsuit against you. As such, you should understand how a credit card debt lawsuit

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Bank of America Freezes Account of Man Who has Been Legally Working on His Ph.D for 7 Years

In recent months, Bank of America has been accused of freezing or threatening to freeze the accounts of customers after inquiring about their legal status in the United States. In one such case, Bank of America froze the account of local South Floridian Saeed Moshfegh due to a discrepancy between the paperwork provided by Moshfegh

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Failure to Pay Child Support Costs Florida Man Nearly 2 Million Dollars

A man living in Florida was ordered to pay $2 million in back child support after authorities found him living under a different name. The man, Richard J. Hoagland, originally from Indiana, had been living in Florida for nearly two decades before being arrested by police.  In 1991, Hoagland came to Florida and stole the identity

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Major Law Firms Throughout the Nation Take on Immigration Cases

Several major law firms throughout the nation are working together to help immigrant families who have been separated and detained when attempting to come to the United States. This comes as the culmination of the outrage caused by the cruel immigration practices enacted by the Trump administration. As the number of immigration cases continues to

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Penalties for Neglecting Alimony

Alimony will often be assigned by a judge following a divorce. Just like with child support, if you refuse to make your required alimony payments, Florida law has fairly severe consequences waiting for you. How Alimony Works Following a divorce, a judge may require one partner to make alimony payments to the other. This may

3 Tips for Getting Out of Debt

Being in debt is a terrible feeling that most Americans have gone through at one point, or are currently experiencing. Consumer debt can cause enormous stress and can prevent you from achieving certain goals such as retiring or purchasing your first home. Unfortunately, most people in debt are not able to get out of debt

How to Get Your Foreclosure Postponed

If you feel that your home is going into foreclosure due to errors on the part of your lender or bank, there are several steps you can take to try to negotiate a postponement. By following these steps, you may be able to get your lender to hold off on your home’s foreclosure. Have a

What is a Contested Divorce in Florida?

While most divorces are able to be settled amicably and without extensive delays, there are many cases of prolonged divorce proceedings due to conflict over custody and property. These are called contested divorces. A contested divorce is usually the result of the couple not having a prenuptial agreement and having disagreements relating to the division

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Identifying FDCPA Violations

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, or FDCPA, indicates what debt collectors can and can’t do when collecting debt from consumers. If your debt collector is found to be in violation of this act, you may be entitled to money as well as the potential dismissal of your debt. As a result, you should understand

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Top 5 Causes of Foreclosure

Every year, millions of Americans face foreclosure. For any number of reasons, a person may end up missing a mortgage payment, which starts the foreclosure process. Being aware of the reasons which commonly cause people to miss their mortgage payments is one of the best ways you can avoid facing a foreclosure yourself. Unemployment One