The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Bankruptcy
– Cooperation or Collision
Are You Being Harassed or Sued by Debt Collectors?
Are you in bankruptcy, or was the debt a part of a previous bankruptcy?
Then you will want this book
This book is about the way the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the Bankruptcy Law interact. Both laws are designed to address certain rights between people and those who claim to be owed money. The laws overlap to an extent, and when that happens, what should you do?
Who this Book is for?
This book is for you if you are (1) contemplating bankruptcy; (2) are in bankruptcy and have noticed that some of your creditors are submitting overly large claims or out-of-date claims; or (3) you have gone through bankruptcy and debt collectors are now trying to collect from you on one or more debts that were discharged.
This book could be for you if…
This book could be for you if you have a great curiosity about how the law sometimes works – including how courts can come to diametrically different interpretations of the same laws, or if you are interested in how the class war can sometimes play out in the law.
For much more on debt and law
If you would like to sample our writing on a much larger range of legal issues, or if you have legal issues that relate to debt in any other way than its interaction with bankruptcy law, you should take a look at our website at http://YourLegalLegUp.com. We have a great deal of information free for you to use, as well as a wide selection of products.
This book is not for you if…
If bankruptcy is not a part of your landscape and you are not interested in the the ways laws can be read and interpreted, this book will not be for you. This book is not for you if you just want a general understanding of the bankruptcy law or if you are just looking for light reading. We do try to write in plain English, and no doubt we do a better job than most in dealing with a complex and intricate issue, but this book will take some effort to read and understand.
You can get this book on Amazon, and if you have Kindle Unlimited, it’s free to read.