Collection/Repossession

Stateside Legal: A Servicemember’s Guide to Student Loan Interest Rates

ATTENTION: Many servicemembers now qualify to have their federal student loan interest rates reduced! Read more below. Read More.

Stateside Legal: Credit and Debt Collection Overview

Consumer credit issues affect us all. Here are the answers to a few of the most commonly asked questions. Read More.

LawHelpNC: How to Deal with Debt Collectors

Legal Aid of North Carolina provides information about how to work with debt collectors including a sample script to follow when negotiating. Read More.

Law Help NC: Protect Your Property if a Judgment is Entered Against You

Legal Aid of North Carolina provides information about judgments for money owed to a creditor Read More.

LawHelpNC: The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act

Legal Aid of North Carolina provides information about fraudulent conveyances Read More.

North Carolina Department of Justice: Debt Collectors

The Consumer Protection Division of the North Carolina Department of Justice provides information about consumer rights as to debt collection Read More.

North Carolina Department of Justice: Car Repossession

The Consumer Protection Division of the North Carolina Department of Justice provides suggestions for what to do if you are behind on your car payments Read More.

LawHelpNC: Car Repossession

Legal Aid of North Carolina provides information about car repossession including rights of consumers during repossession and tips for avoiding repossession. Read More.

Stateside Legal: Interactive Form: Collection Agency Stop Contact Letter

The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act gives you the right to send a letter to a collection agency telling them to stop contacting you by phone Read More.

Consumer Finance Protection Bureau: Information for Servicemembers

Servicemembers, veterans, and their families are an attractive target for both good and bad lenders: Read More.

Stateside Legal: What Do I Need to Know about the Federal Electronic Benefits Rules?

What does the new electronic benefits system mean for me? Read More.