Why you Should Defend against Debt Collectors, and Why you Can Do it Yourself When you are sued by a debt collector, you are presented with two questions that often merge into one because of money [the rest of this article is under construction]
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What Pro Se Debt Defendants Need to Know about Motions in Limine
So You’re Being Sued for Debt You have learned, one way or another, that you are being sued for a debt. If so, you are in a club containing many millions of people, but you probably feel all alone. What do you do? And how do you do it? Where do you turn, and who […]
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There’s a myth in America that people can move up in life more here than anywhere else. It is also widely believed that because of this social mobility there isn’t a conflict between the classes. In recent times, those myths are coming a little bit under fire. Partly we can thank the Democratic Socialists for […]
Special Defenses Available in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania has some very favorable, specific rules on what a debt collector must plead in order to bring a claim on a debt, and a procedure called “preliminary objections” that brings up these issues. Despite the law imposing these requirements, the debt collectors ignore them, and chances are good that […]
California State-Specific Materials This will be a long-term project, as we begin to write more articles that will address issues that arise in specific states. We will eventually have member-only material catalogued here for greater convenience. California-specific Articles and Videos Bill of Particulars in California, Part 1 A powerful weapon in fighting debt collectors in […]
Oklahoma Debt Law This will eventually be an article on small claims courts in Oklahoma. Small claims courts are a frequent bane to debt defendants because they apply loose rules (of evidence and civil procedure) designed for pro se, unsophisticated parties disputing small amounts of money. Debt collectors, however, have discovered that these lax rules […]