I can answer questions for Texas residents concerning issues that involve creditor and debtor rights. Specifically, I can answer questions concerning: FDCPA, FACTA, FCRA, and Texas state collections violations.
For the last 10 years I have worked as a Sr. Paralegal in a law firm (https://txclf.com) that defends debtors against their creditors. I have reviewed thousands of credit reports and under the supervision of our attorney helped thousands of client resolve their credit issues.
Ramos Law Firm
BBA University of Texas at Austin
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Jack, The apartment is required to give you letter of the charges that are due to them within 30 days of your move out. See -- If the landlord makes any deductions from the deposit, a written, itemized
TB, You do not have to be present to handle the issues. You could either hire someone to represent you or give your sister power of attorney to handle the issues for you. I certainly would take
Mr. Herzog, A couple of thoughts I have on a situation like this: 1) Once you tell a debt collector that your employer does not allow collection calls at work, they are supposed to stop. However
Mr. Dyer, I can only imagine how frustrating this situation is for you. I do not have any great advice to help resolve this faster. My only advice is that once you have this billing issue resolved
Typically, it is best to go through the attorney that did the garnishment. But if they are not returning your calls after 4 weeks then I would go back to the hospital's finance department to see if they
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