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Blog Posts in January, 2019

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  • Weber & Olcese, P.L.C.
    Weber & Olcese, P.L.C.

    Please contact us if Weber & Olcese, P.L.C. is trying to collect money from you, or has so attempted within the last year. We can help you both defend claims against you and assert your rights under ...

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  • New collection defense book
    New collection defense book

    Collection Litigation: Representing the Debtor (2019 Edition) by Daniel A. Edelman has just been published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Order at ...

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  • Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust
    Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust

    Please contact us if Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust is attempting to foreclose on your home or collect money from you, in Illinois. We can help you both defend the claims against you and assert ...

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  • Partners for Payment Relief
    Partners for Payment Relief

    Please contact us if Partners for Payment Relief is attempting to foreclose on your home or collect money from you, in Illinois. We can help you both defend the claims against you and assert your ...

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  • BP Peterman Law Group
    BP Peterman Law Group

    Please contact us if BP Peterman Law Group is attempting to collect money from you or foreclose on your home, in Illinois. This law firm states that it represents "clients holding portfolios of Non ...

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  • Garnishment of Joint Bank Account.
    Garnishment of Joint Bank Account.

    Question: Can a joint account be garnished? The issues that resulted in the judgment were my responsibility. However, the money in the account is my girlfriend’s. Answer: A joint account in Illinois ...

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