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You absolutely can hire an attorney but it may not be worth it depending on what the stakes are.  You should look for an attorney with a good handle on Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) ...Read more

It is not a case.  There are no damages.

The lemon law does not apply.  You are out of luck.

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IS (727) 386-9069 CALLING HARASSING YOU?

Comenity Bank may be calling you from (727) 386-9069. Comenity Bank isn’t a traditional banking services provider, but provides credit cards, including store credit cards. When a consumer fails ... Read more

Are You being Called By Chesapeakes Services

OR Are you being called by the phone number 408-663-2367 or 877-205-4575? This company can call before 8 Am, which is a violation of the FDCPA Have you received a voicemail similar to this? I’m ... Read more

SEXUAL ASSAULT: Massachusetts

Sexual Assault is governed under Massachusetts General Law Chapter 265 Section 13 et seq. and is defined as “any crime in which the offender subjects the victim to sexual touching that is unwant ... Read more

CHILD CUSTODY: Massachusetts

Child custody refers to the legal and hands-on relationship between a parent and a child and includes a parent’s right to raise, care for, and make decisions regarding residence, education, heal ... Read more

CHILD SUPPORT: Massachusetts

Every child has a right to receive financial support from both parents, not just the custodial parent. Child Support is money paid from a noncustodial parent to the custodial parent to help pay for th ... Read more

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