New York City Debt Collection Defense Attorneys

Blog Posts in 2016

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  • A Special Thank You from Jesse Langel, Esq., Debt-Defense Counsel
    A Special Thank You from Jesse Langel, Esq., Debt-Defense Counsel

    It is December 31, 2016, and I need to thank our wonderful clients, colleagues, and the New York State judiciary, all of which enable us to further this rewarding practice. It has been another busy ...

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  • Consent Order May Provide Relief for Chase Bank Debt
    Consent Order May Provide Relief for Chase Bank Debt

    In 2015, Chase bank entered into a consent order in response to accusations from 47 Attorney Generals that Chase had committed several acts of systematic wrong-doing in its attempt to collect and sell ...

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  • Sued By National Collegiate Student Loan Trust? Some Basic Information
    Sued By National Collegiate Student Loan Trust? Some Basic Information

    What connection does this "trust" have to my student loan? These trusts are not lenders or guarantors. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is a trust, or series of trusts, that contain private ...

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  • Carefully Drafted Motions Provide Leverage when Disputing Wage Garnishments
    Carefully Drafted Motions Provide Leverage when Disputing Wage Garnishments

    A client contacted us after she received a wage garnishment stemming from a judgment that had been obtained against her by LVNV Funding. The judgment was obtained in 2007 for about $6,000 and had rose ...

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  • Upon Seizure of Bank Account, Often Times Quick Settlement is the Best Solution
    Upon Seizure of Bank Account, Often Times Quick Settlement is the Best Solution

    Each case must be considered under its facts and circumstances. Although our Recent Victories reflect many of our outright dismissals, it is important to know that settlement — especially in the ...

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  • Methods of Service of Legal Papers on a Person: New York
    Methods of Service of Legal Papers on a Person: New York

    In order to properly commence a lawsuit, the plaintiff must serve a Summons and Complaint or a Summons with Notice upon the defendant. Proper service under CPLR 308 can be effectuated in a few ...

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