Filing and Defending Against Motions to Dismiss in Debt Litigation

If you get sued for debt, one of the first things you should consider is filing a motion to dismiss. For information and help on how to do that, check out this article. Motions to Dismiss. You should always consider filing a motion to dismiss BEFORE filing your Answer because answering can waive certain rights that could prove to be very important. This video tells you what you would need to file a motion to dismiss and why it might be right for you.


Guide to Legal Research


Guide to Legal Research

If you are defending yourself pro se from the debt collectors, you will need to do legal research along the way. This product guides you through all the most important and easiest ways to do that, with how-to's and warnings along the way to make sure you don't lose something important while trying to take a shortcut.

You will hear about the most powerful type of research that you can do right at court, finding the strongest arguments, best authority, and even your judge's previous responses to the arguments - right at your own court.

You will hear about law library research - its advantages and disadvantages.

And you will learn about legal research you can do on the computer wherever there is an internet connection - how to do it, but also some warnings about using this seemingly convenient and obvious.choice.






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