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Can I Be Forced to Continue Paying for Home Security Services Even After Selling My House?

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Federal and state debt collection laws prohibit a creditor from making false or misleading statements in connection with a consumer debt. This includes making any statements that suggest a consumer owes a debt that is not permitted by state law. However, if the customer previously signed a contract agreeing to pay a particular debt,… Read More »

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Forbearance and Foreclosure Moratorium Under the CARES Act

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Last month, Congress enacted the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, in an attempt to help homeowners by providing certain protections to those with qualifying loans. For help determining whether you are eligible for relief under the terms of the new law, please contact our experienced Philadelphia foreclosure defense attorneys today. Federally-Backed… Read More »

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Filing a Property Loss Claim

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Even those who are fully prepared for a crisis or major disaster could find themselves facing an insurer who unfairly refuses to accept their claim. In these cases, property owners may want to consider consulting an experienced Philadelphia property loss claim denial lawyer who can help protect their legal interests. Preparatory Steps Before a… Read More »

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Common Predatory Lending Practices

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Predatory loans come in a number of different forms, but all have the potential to trap consumers in debilitating debt. Fortunately, consumers are protected from unfair, misleading, or deceptive lending practices, so if you were recently taken advantage of by an unscrupulous lender, it is important to contact an experienced Philadelphia predatory lending lawyer… Read More »

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