Sometimes you’ve got a question you need answered before you make the decision to hire a lawyer.
Questions such as:
Can I transfer property out of my name to protect it from a bankruptcy filing?
Can I get […]
If you’ve got private student loans, you’re more likely to fall behind on them than on your credit card debt.
Given the way private student loans are structured, that shouldn’t be a surprise. Balances on private […]
Midland Funding is a company that buys old credit card debts. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
If you go past due on a credit card debt, it’s going to be sold to another company. […]
When you’re behind on your bills, you can expect debt collection calls and letters. Depending on how far behind you are, those calls and letters range from the innocuous (hey, it looks like this one […]
On December 3, 2014 New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a series of new regulations aimed at curbing debt collection abuse in the state.
“Here in New York we will not tolerate debt collectors who […]
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the government consumer protection watchdog, is taking action against two companies that allegedly scammed student loan borrowers.
According to lawsuits filed on December 11, 2014 against College Education Services LLC and Student […]
It turns out there’s a downside to declining the opportunity to dig yourself into a pit of student loan debt. You probably can’t afford to pay for college any other way. But is that such a […]
If you’re angling towards qualifying for public service loan forgiveness, you should enroll your federal student loans into income-based repayment. If you don’t, you’re probably leaving money on the table.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness is a […]