Consumer Debt

As a consumer, you have rights. If merchants made misrepresentations to induce you into purchasing an item, used deceptive financing techniques, or provided you with an incomplete or subpar product, you can hold them liable for their wrongful acts.

Can You Reverse a Wage Garnishment in Florida?

There are also other types of income that may not be garnished. You must proceed carefully when trying to reverse… Read More

2 weeks ago

How to Stop Living Off Credit Cards: 10 Tips

Here’s a list of tips to help you out of the hole, but there’s no silver bullet that can get… Read More

2 months ago

What to Know About Voluntary Car Repossession in Florida

If you’re considering voluntary car repossession in Florida and want more information, feel free to check out Van Horn Law… Read More

3 months ago

That Escalated Quickly: The Effects of the Coronavirus on South Florida Business

With those wages dropping out of the economy, other industries will feel the effects of Coronavirus on South Florida business. Read More

5 months ago

What to Know About a 1099-C Cancellation of Debt for Credit Card Debt

When you’ve had a major debt relief in the past year, you can expect one of these forms to show… Read More

6 months ago

What Adult Children Should Know About Paying Off Parents’ Credit Card Debt

Are children liable for paying off parents’ credit card debt? Here’s what you need to know about settling your parents’… Read More

8 months ago

Holiday Spending Statistics Point Some Into Debt

When those holiday spending statistics look like they’re going to give you a blue Christmas, it might be time to… Read More

8 months ago

Celebrities Who Survived an AMEX Lawsuit (and You Can, Too)

The celebrities who survived an AMEX lawsuit did not come away unscathed, but it is possible to negotiate a settlement… Read More

12 months ago

The $99 million question: What happened to Adrian Peterson’s money?

Ninety-nine million dollars – and according to Deadspin.com – running back Adrian Peterson is as broke as a joke after… Read More

1 year ago

Is there a Statue of Limitations for a Judgment Against Me?

Twenty years from the formal date of entry of the judgment against you, your outstanding debt is still actionable from… Read More

1 year ago