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Blog Posts in May, 2014

How to Vacate a Default Judgment

What is a judgment? A default judgment is a final decision that is made and issued by a court in a case. If the judgment is made against you, it will state how much money you owe to the plaintiff or ...
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Five Things to Do When Disputing a Debt

Within 30 days of receiving a written notice of debt from the collection agency, send a written letter of dispute to the debt collection agency to confirm that the information on the debt is wrong. ...
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13 Things to Know About Wage Garnishment

Need answers about wage garnishment in New York? At Lebedin Kofman LLP, our professional team can get this crucial issue under control for you. We have provided 13 answers to common questions that ...
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Find Out About Frozen Bank Accounts and Levied Funds

If you are suffering the extreme consequences of a frozen bank account or levied funds, it is important that you get accurate facts about what you can do to resolve the situation – fast. At ...
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'Wolf of Wall Street' Jordan Belfort faces lien on two California beachfront mansions

The United States and LR Credit, LLC, a debt collection agency, have made numerous attempts to collect money from Jordan Belfort, who is famously known as the "Wolf of Wall Street." Actions ...
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Slamowitz

The Second Department publically censored the law firm of Cohen & Slamowitz, LLP, and sustained four charges levied by the Grievance Committee for the Tenth Judicial District for its unlawful and ...
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ITT Education Services, Inc. Sued for Predatory Student Lending

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has filed a suit against ITT Education Services, Inc. for their predatory student lending practices. The CFPB believes that the company utilizes ...
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