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  • What To Do If You Think You Are The Victim Of Identity Theft
    What To Do If You Think You Are The Victim Of Identity Theft

    Discovering that you are the victim of identity theft can be an overwhelming experience. Victims may have incurred thousands of dollars in purchases that they did not make, may have had accounts ...

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  • Wells Fargo Settles Claims After Calling Mortgage Borrowers Without Consent
    Wells Fargo Settles Claims After Calling Mortgage Borrowers Without Consent

    Wells Fargo has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that the mortgage lenders contacted borrowers without authorization in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). A ...

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  • What Is The Automatic Stay In Bankruptcy?
    What Is The Automatic Stay In Bankruptcy?

    From the second the court clerk stamps your bankruptcy petition as “filed,” you are protected from debt collection efforts by the automatic stay. The automatic stay is a powerful weapon against ...

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  • White House Issues New Report On Student Loan Debt
    White House Issues New Report On Student Loan Debt

    The White House Council of Economic Advisors recently released a new report on student loan debt and how it affects the American economy. Many people were disappointed by the report, which stated that ...

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  • Do You Need an Attorney for A Case in Small Claims Court?
    Do You Need an Attorney for A Case in Small Claims Court?

    Many people have had the frustrating experience of losing money on a product that doesn’t work, a repair that didn’t fix the problem, or on services that were never performed. Most of the time, a ...

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  • Can A Bankruptcy Case Eliminate a Tax Debt?
    Can A Bankruptcy Case Eliminate a Tax Debt?

    A bankruptcy case will discharge most—but not all—of a person’s debts. There are some debts, known as non-dischargeable debts, which a person will still owe even after the bankruptcy case is over. In ...

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