Georgia Credit Lawsuits

Information about credit card and other debt collection lawsuits in Georgia

Tag: trial

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 […]

The Anatomy of Georgia Credit Card Lawsuits

Up to this point I’ve written about some specific, narrow aspects of credit card lawsuits in Georgia. I have discussed the 30-day deadline for answering a Complaint in a credit card lawsuit. I have described the three types of courts that end up hearing credit card lawsuits in Georgia. I have also outlined the 3 […]

The three basic stages of a credit card lawsuit

Georgia credit card lawsuits go through three basic stages Every Georgia credit card lawsuit has three basic stages: Pleadings. Discovery and Motions. Trial. Not all credit card lawsuits make it to each of these stages. If a defendant never files an answer, or a plaintiff does not file a proper complaint, then the lawsuit may […]