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  • The Langel Firm Launches Bank-Release Kit in Etsy Shop Called "Legal Demand Documents"
    The Langel Firm Launches Bank-Release Kit in Etsy Shop Called "Legal Demand Documents"

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jesse Langel, Esq. Introduces Innovative Solution to Unfreeze Bank Accounts New York, NY – Renowned consumer protection lawyer and founder of The Langel Firm, Jesse Langel, Esq., ...

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  • Judgment Liens Explained: What Debtors and Creditors Need to Know
    Judgment Liens Explained: What Debtors and Creditors Need to Know

    A judgment lien arises when a court rules you owe a debt, allowing the creditor to claim your nonexempt property until the debt is paid.A judgment lien is created after the entry of a judgment. If you ...

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  • Bank Account Frozen? How to Get Access to Exempt Money
    Bank Account Frozen? How to Get Access to Exempt Money

    New York statute shields select funds from creditor attachment, even when debt obligations remain unpaid. These legal "exemptions" protect essential income required for basic living needs. Generally, ...

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  • Creditor Freeze your Bank Account? Here's How it Happened.
    Creditor Freeze your Bank Account? Here's How it Happened.

    Restraining Notices: What Are They & How Do They Work? Under New York CPLR § 5222, once a creditor has gotten a judgment for a debt, it has the right to use something called a "restraining notice" to ...

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  • How the Homestead Exemption Works in New York
    How the Homestead Exemption Works in New York

    The Homestead Exemption law in New York, as detailed in § 5206, safeguards a person's primary residence from being used to satisfy a monetary judgment. The government's policy in implementing the ...

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