23 Dec What Do I Do If I Am Sued On A Credit Card Account?
Every person sued in a court of law is entitled to a trial on the merits of the case. A credit card lawsuit is no different than any other legal dispute that ultimately reaches the court system. Sometimes a person can avoid filing bankruptcy by successfully defending against a collection lawsuit. If you are served with a summons, a notice of a pending lawuit, you should seek an attorney to discuss your rights. You can find additional information about credit card defense at my website and you can read about recent cases I have handled in the discussion, Lawsuit To Nowhere, on the Debt Law Network blog.
Andy Miofsky, Esq.
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