How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit
A comprehensive step by step guide complete with sample letters and resources by attorney Richard J. Symmes. Sign up Now!
(1) What will how to respond to a debt collection lawsuit course consist of?
3 Lessons + Bonus Materials which include:
(1) Sample Answer to Respond to a Debt Collector.
(2) Sample Response to Motion for Summary Judgment.
(3) Sample Judgment Proof Letter.
(4) Sample Motion to Vacate Judgment.
How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit Lesson 1: What Do I Do If I Have Been Served With a Summons and Complaint
- You will learn about:
- What is a Summons and Complaint?
- How Should You Respond to a Summons and Complaint?
How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit Lesson 2: What Do I Do If My Debt Collector Filed a Motion for Summary Judgment Against Me?
- You will learn about:
- How to Prepare and File a Response to a Motion for Summary Judgment.
- How to Prepare and Handle Going to Court.
How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit Lesson 3: What Do I do If A Judgment Has Been Entered Against Me?
- You will learn about all options available to you in order to rid yourself of the judgment.
How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit Bonus Materials: How to use sample letters and forms to fight your Debt Collectors
You will learn how to create legal responses utilizing federal laws to your advantage using the templates provided.
(2) Who is How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit For?
This course is for consumers who want to save on money paid to lawyers and want to empower themselves to learn about the laws to handle future disputes when life happens.
(3) Will you be providing sample letters for consumers to use on their own and show them how to use them? – Yes the course will provide the sample bonus materials indicated above and a full explanation of the laws that make them work, as well as a bonus lesson walking consumers through the legal documents. All course slides will also be included and can be downloaded.
(4) Why would somebody want to learn about responding to a debt collector when they can just hire you to deal with it?
- You will gain a skill that will help you for life, it’s good to be educated.
- The course is offered at a lower price point than hiring an attorney.
- The course includes sample materials that you can keep for life.
- An attorney will be available for a consultation if you get stuck so why not learn how the system works.
(5) How much does the How to Respond to a Debt Collection Lawsuit cost?
The course cost is a onetime fee of $497.00 and includes all 3 lessons as well as the bonus lesson walking consumers through the sample templates.
(6) How much do lawyers typically cost to deal with something like this?
The fee’s attorneys charge can vary and they can either charge per hour or on a flat fee basis. A typical hourly charge is usually in the $225-$250 range while the flat fee will depend on how much representation you need and for what. For instance a flat fee can be charged for drafting one letter or answer or it can be for full service all the way through a trial, although attorneys typically charge hourly when dealing with litigation and court because it’s hard to predict exactly how much time will be spent on your matter.
(7) What if I get stuck while preparing my legal documents?
An attorney from Symmes law group can assist you with a 30 minute consultation. The fee for this consultation is $150.