Posts Tagged ‘Maryland Debt Collections’

If you are being sued by a debt collector, make them prove their case! Part Two

Recently, I have successfully defended two defendants in debt collection cases involving old credit card bills.  In each case, my clients (the defendants) either did not remember ever creating the debt or being serviced with the suit papers. In both cases we reached favorable outcomes because we demanded strict proof that could not be provided…

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What if I become delinquent on my Federal Student Loans?

Fortunately, if you have Federal Student Loans, you will have options to deal with your delinquency.  However, you will need help from an attorney versed in these options to overcome these problems. First, you will need to cure this default.  There are two ways to do this:  Consolidation and Rehabilitation.  Both of these methods will improve…

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New Maryland Rules for Debtors

Beginning January 1, 2012, if you are being sued by a debt collector, new Maryland rules may help you. The Baltimore Sun reported that Maryland’s Court of Appeals has enacted rules to protect Maryland debtors. Reading the new Rules, at p.4 through 11, it is clear that the Court is reacting to the excesses of…

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If you have been sued by LVNV Funding LLC, Resurgent Capital Services, Alegis Group, Sherman Acquisition, Sherman Funding or Sherman Financial Group, your case may have been dismissed!!!

Chief Judge Ben C. Clyburn of the District Court of Maryland signed an order on October 26, 2011 staying the cases filed by the the above companies for violations of the Maryland Collections Agency Licensing Act and the Maryland Consumer Debt Collection Act.  So, if you have been sued by any of the above named…

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