Georgia Credit Lawsuits

Information about credit card and other debt collection lawsuits in Georgia

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How to Answer a Credit Card Lawsuit in Magistrate Court in Georgia

This is a quick-and-dirty post on how to Answer a credit card lawsuit in Magistrate Court in Georgia.  This other post has more information on Answering credit card lawsuits, including State and Superior Court lawsuits, as well as example files — How to Answer a Georgia Credit Card Lawsuit. Do the Following When Answering A […]

Credit card lawsuit case evaluations — What to expect and what you need to provide

Evaluations can be done over the phone Most of my clients prefer to do an evaluation over the phone.  This is fine.  I will need to obtain certain information and get copies of certain documents from you, but otherwise we can discuss your options on the phone.  I can even sign you up by emailing […]

Problems with credit card lawsuits in Georgia and the Nation—you are not alone!

Many clients and potential clients I speak with cannot believe the ordeal they are being put through in a Georgia credit card lawsuit.  They cannot believe the credit card companies, or third party debt collectors, would sue them without the paperwork they need.  To all of them I say—”You are not alone!” Georgia credit card […]

Who is suing me in a Georgia Credit Card Lawsuit?

Many times I get calls from potential clients who say they’re being sued in a credit card lawsuit.  When I ask who is suing them, they often name a law firm.  “It’s Hanna & Associates,” or “Greene & Cooper is suing me.” While it is important for me to know what law firm is handling […]

Why you want a dismissal with prejudice rather than without prejudice in your credit card lawsuit

A dismissal without prejudice of a credit card lawsuit means the credit card debt collector can bring the lawsuit again. A dismissal with prejudice of a credit card lawsuit means the credit card debt collector cannot refile the lawsuit. In short, a dismissal with prejudice means the Defendant wins, while a dismissal without prejudice just […]

How to Answer a Credit Card Lawsuit

A Sheriff’s Deputy or a Private Process Server has come to your door and given you papers. Those papers are a credit card lawsuit. What happens now? This post will examine the process for responding to a credit card lawsuit Complaint with an Answer. This discussion is based on Georgia law, and it is only […]