Are you worried a collection agency will act on their threat and sue you? Doug Hoyes explores how debt collectors obtain files, when they can take you to court and what to do if you have a judgement against you.
Has one of your creditors frozen your bank account? Find out who can use this form of collection, how to clear your frozen account and answers to other common questions you may have about this legal action.
Do you have all your eggs in one basket when it comes to banking? Is using one bank a good idea? Find out 3 reasons why we think it’s better to spread your finances out, using different banks for your protection.
Has a collector threatened you with wage garnishment, and you’re unsure of what it means? We’ll explain what kind of income and how much can be garnished, as well as what you can do to stop this action.
You may know your car lender has a right to repossess your vehicle if you don't make payments, but can other lenders (like a payday lender) make a claim on your car? We explain when this can happen & what to do.
Are you wondering how to go about helping your parents deal with their debts? In this blog, we explain what a power of attorney is, how they can help manage other’s finances, and explore two client stories.
Has a debt collector threatened you with a judgement or a lawsuit for your unpaid debts? Find out how these legal proceedings work, how insolvency can stop a judgment, and when is the right time to act.
Are you tired of collection calls? Unfortunately, ignoring the calls or waiting for the collection agents to forget about your debt won’t work. If you have an outstanding debt that has been sent to collections, it’s... Read more »