Blog Posts in 2018

  • Can I access my lawsuit case information online?

    || 5-Mar-2018

    NY E-Courts & NYSCEF Depending on the type of matter and the jurisdiction, you may be able to access case information from the comfort of your smart phone or computer. Check the links below to find the system most suitable for your needs. In New York, there is a different system to check civil court cases, supreme court cases, criminal court cases, and family law cases. These online systems ...
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  • Resolving Federal Student Loans - CLE

    || 13-Feb-2018

    Student loan borrowers are defaulting at staggering rates. Borrowers are inundated with tv, radio, and internet ads promising debt forgiveness and payment reductions. It can be hard to know where to turn for reliable advice. On February 6 th, 2018, attorneys at the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC presented a continuing legal education program with Lawline. Broadcast live online and recorded at ...
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  • We Fight Lawsuits From Mullooly, Jeffrey, Rooney & Flynn, LLP

    || 2-Feb-2018

    The law firm of Mullooly, Jeffrey, Rooney & Flynn, LLP collects debts on behalf of banks, hospitals, and debt buyers. If they're contacting you, they are likely trying to collect on an outstanding debt. Be aware that there is a limited amount of time to respond to a lawsuit before a default judgment could be entered. It's critical to understand ing your rights and remedies, otherwise ...
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  • We Fight Selip & Stylianou Lawsuits in NY & NJ

    || 1-Feb-2018

    Selip & Stylianou LLP is one of the largest consumer collection law firms in New York. If they've called you, sent a collection letter, or served you with a lawsuit, they are likely attempting to recover a debt owed on a defaulted credit card or charge account. It's important to understand your rights and remedies, otherwise you could be at risk of serious consequences. Judgments can ...
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  • Our Lawyers Fight Rubin & Rothman Lawsuits in NY & NJ

    || 31-Jan-2018

    Rubin and Rothman LLC is a high volume debt collection law firm located in New York. If they've contacted you, they are likely attempted to collect an old debt. Beware that if they sue you and obtain a court-ordered judgment, they may be able to garnish your wages, freeze your bank accounts, or even place an lien against your home. Take action before it's too late! Need Help Resolving Your ...
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  • Our Lawyers Fight Forster & Garbus Lawsuits in NY & NJ

    || 30-Jan-2018

    If you've been contacted by Forster & Garbus LLP, they may be attempting to collect on a defaulted credit card or student loan debt. They collect by sending debt collection letters, making phone calls, and by bringing lawsuits against consumers throughout New York State. If they obtain a judgment, they may attempt to issue subpoenas, institute wage garnishments, freeze bank accounts, and ...
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  • Consumer Credit Card Market Report: CFPB

    || 16-Jan-2018

    Many of us think nothing of the small plastic rectangle card we carry and use on a daily basis. Credit cards and lines of credit have reached the point of mundanity for most American consumers; they are simply a fact of life. However, with so many consumers possessing credit across a multitude of financial institutions, it should come as no surprise that monitoring and collecting credit card debt ...
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