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  • Can a Joint Account Be Garnished?
      by HG.org

    When a creditor wants to ensure that it will quickly receive the funds that it is due, it may go after any funds or assets that it can get its hands on. In some situations, creditors may prefer to garnish a bank account rather than go after an employee’s wages. In many situations, the creditor may be able to access funds in a joint account.

  • Wage Garnishment Laws
      by HG.org

    If a creditor knows that a debtor is working, one effective method for the creditor to collect on this debt is to have the debtor’s wages garnished. However, there are several laws that apply that can affect the garnishment process.

  • How Do Subpoenas Work?
      by HG.org

    While a summons may require another party in the case to appear, a subpoena can require that a particular person appear in court or for other proceedings. Additionally, this legal tool can be used to acquire information that one of the party desires.

  • How Do I File Contempt in My Family Law Case?
      by HG.org

    If there is an order that was entered in your family law case and the other party is not following the order, you may decide to pursue a contempt hearing. This is one method that individuals use to help enforce their order.

  • I Have a Judgment - Now What?
      by HG.org

    After you received a court judgment, you probably thought that your case was over. However, there are several steps remaining in the process, including the collection of your judgment. Fortunately, you have a few avenues to get the money that is due to you.

  • How Is a Class Certified?
      by HG.org

    Before a class action lawsuit can proceed, the class must be certified. This process ensures that the plaintiffs have enough similarities to proceed with litigation against the named defendant as part of one larger case.

  • 5 Common Debt Buyer Lawsuit Defenses

    In addition to each of the defenses available in an original creditor lawsuit, debt buyer lawsuit defenses include standing, limited admissibility of documents, conditions precedent, and additional damages under the FDCPA.

  • What to Expect at a Florida Small Claims Pretrial

    Service of a Small Claims Lawsuit is often a consumers first interaction with the civil court. Here is a quick explanation of what to expect at a Florida Small Claims Pretrial.

  • What Is a Subpoena?
      by HG.org

    A subpoena notifies a person that he or she must appear in court at a certain location, date and time in order to provide testimony as a witness. Generally, a subpoena is issued to secure your testimony in court and not for out of court purposes, but there are some exceptions. Additionally, a subpoena may direct you to provide certain documents to the court.

  • Florida Homeowners and Investors Bracing for Next Huge Wave of Mortgage Foreclosures

    The next foreclosure epdimic is coming from hundreds of thousands of Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC)s that are coming due after their 10 year term.


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