Guidelines for Collections in California

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Guidelines for Collections in California

September 29th, 2020

If you have an unpaid debt, you might start receiving letters, phone calls, or other communications from the creditor. When the delinquency or default reaches a certain point, the creditor might sell the debt to a collection company, which will likely start trying to reach you in different ways, as well. Both federal and California […]

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Did Your Employer Unlawfully Retaliate Against You?

January 30th, 2020

Employees in California are strictly protected from unlawful workplace discrimination and harassment based on many protected characteristics. However, when an employee believes they have been treated wrongfully, they might hesitate to report the matter to their employer. This is often because they fear their employer will take action against them in response to their complaint. […]

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Statute of Limitations for Consumer Debt Collection Lawsuits

December 13th, 2018

If you fail to pay a debt, you will likely receive phone calls and letters from your lender. Then, your lender may decide to file a lawsuit to obtain a judgment against you or may sell your debt to another company, which may begin its own collection efforts. Many people think they will simply have […]

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What is the Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy?

December 10th, 2018

You likely know that the end goal of a consumer bankruptcy is the discharge of all of your qualified debts. However, did you know that filing bankruptcy can provide immediate stress relief, as well? When you file your petition, a court order automatically goes into effect called the “automatic stay,” which can be immediately beneficial […]

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