Blog Posts in February, 2016

Is a Garnishment Considered a Legal Action Against The Debtor or The Garnishee for Purposes of FDCPA Liability?

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) restricts the location ("venue") where a debtor may be sued for a debt: Legal actions by debt collectors FDCPA § 1692i (a) Any debt ...
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Which Creditor has Priority to Take Your Personal Property? New York Law Simplified.

Which creditor gets first crack at your personal property? The answer to that is the scope of this blog post. In our practice, most of our work involves defending against wage garnishments and bank ...
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