Blog Posts in June, 2016

  • Debt Lawsuit Defense in New York City

    || 27-Jun-2016

    When you are faced with a lawsuit, regardless of the circumstances, you’re going to want an attorney that you can trust to vigorously defend you. The right lawyer and their expert team will apply their skills to ensure that you have the best shot at a fair resolution. You’ll want someone that is experienced and passionate about fighting and defending lawsuits in New York. At the Law ...
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  • What is the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act?

    || 20-Jun-2016

    In days gone by, creditors and lenders had almost-free range to do what they please in pursuit of debt owed by individuals and businesses alike. To put an end to their questionable business practices and bring some peace of mind to Americans in financial trouble, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was enacted in the late 1970’s. In particular, it was meant to be prevent and ...
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  • How Can I Repair My Credit & Raise My FICO Score?

    || 15-Jun-2016

    Banks and lenders decide who they should give money to and how much interest should be applied on that loan based on credit and FICO scores. The higher someone’s credit score, the more likely they are to get that money and for less interest. This is also true when making a significant purchase with a credit card, such as an automobile. If your credit score is high, you will technically pay ...
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