Debt Collection

What Should You Do if You are Sued by a Credit Card Company in Florida?

Being sued by a credit card company in Florida is a stressful, confusing, and frustrating scenario. If you are dealing…

11 months ago

Can Debt Collectors Use Social Media to Contact You?

Can debt collectors use social media to contact you? The short answer is yes. As of Tuesday, December 2nd, 2021,…

12 months ago

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…

2 years ago

Can Debt Collectors Take My Stimulus Check?

There are two ways to make sure that stimulus check reaches you and that you can use it for your…

3 years 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…

3 years 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’…

3 years ago

Can a Debt Collector Collect after Ten Years?

If you are receiving calls and letters from a debt collector trying to collect after 10 years or more, here…

3 years ago

What You Need to Know About Unsecured Debt Collection in Florida

When you are first contacted for an unsecured debt collection in Florida, whether it is by phone, letter, text, or…

3 years ago

How to Stop Debt Collection Calls

The easiest way to stop debt collection calls is simply to demand that they stop.

3 years ago

What You Need to Know About Bank Garnishment

If you are facing a bank garnishment and the debt is valid, you have the right to appeal under the…

3 years ago