Debt Collection Defense
In these difficult times, many people owe more money than they can reasonably afford to pay back. It can be scary and humiliating at the same time. But one thing is clear, owing money and not having the ability to pay it back is not in itself a crime, and you should not be punished for it. This means that debt collectors cannot threaten you, humiliate you, or harass you. You have rights. If you are being harassed by a debt collector a personal, family, or household debt, the debt collector could be violating the law. These types of debts are covered under federal law- the fair debt collection practices act. Many times debt collector over-step their bounds and violate this law, and they should be held accountable for it. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, or "FDCPA" as it is known, may allow you to recover money damages for the debt collectors' violations of the law. The FDCPA also requires debt collectors to stop contacting you when you ask them to. The experienced and passionate attorneys at Robson & Lopez LLC will vigorously fight for your rights under the FDCPA.