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Monthly Archives: May 2021

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Is It Theft When You Return A Lemon And The Dealership Refuses To Give You Your Money Back?

By Consumer Law PA |

When you buy a car, the dealership gives you the title to the car, indicating that you own the vehicle and that it is roadworthy.  If you finance the car, the dealership keeps the title until you have paid the car loan in full.  If the vehicle is salvaged, however, then you do not… Read More »

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Student Debt: The Dropout’s Dilemma

By Consumer Law PA |

Opinion pieces about how the cost of college isn’t worth it are older than the Internet; they might even be as old as the 20th century shift in the mission of universities from finishing schools for young gentlemen and ladies to institutions that prepare students for a wide variety of professional careers.  The trouble… Read More »

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The Personal Representative’s Guide To Debts Owed By The Estate Of A Recently Deceased Person

By Consumer Law PA |

Grieving the loss of a family member is hard enough, but settling the financial affairs of a recently deceased relative comes with its own set of hassles.  The relatives of people who were averse to decluttering often dread going through the possessions of a deceased family member and making the agonizing decision about which… Read More »

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When Are You Obligated To Pay A Family Member’s Credit Card Debt?

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Spending beyond one’s means is a frequent source of conflict between family members, but most of the time, the conflict is not really about the credit card bills themselves.  Most of the people who are angry or worried about a family member’s credit card debt are not themselves legally responsible for paying back the… Read More »

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