Debt Lawsuit Defense Attorney In San Diego

Have you been sued over your debt? The Gamez Law Firm can provide a solid debt lawsuit defense in San Diego and surrounding areas whether your lawsuit involves credit card debt, student loan debt, second mortgage debt, payday loan debt, medical debt, small business debt, or a foreclosure. When you cannot pay your credit card bills, student loan debt or other kind of debt, your debt will grow with accruing interest, your credit will suffer and the debt collectors could start contacting family, friends and employers to find you.   The end result will likely be that your creditor will file a lawsuit against you in civil court for the total amount of debt that you owe and possibly attorney’s fees as well.

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Having a lawsuit filed against you can be terrifying. Oftentimes consumers do not know they are about to get sued and the lawsuit is a huge surprise. Many people hate talking to lawyers because it means they’re about to have to spend a lot of money. However, deciding to hire an attorney could wind up saving you thousands of dollars. Your lender or debt collector has an attorney (or team of them) that is well versed in collection laws. You should consider hiring your own lawyer as well. An attorney with knowledge of defendant creditor lawsuits can file a proper answer to the lawsuit and determine the merits of the lender’s case. A debt relief lawyer may also be able to settle the debt lawsuit before it goes to trial resulting in a reduction in what you have to pay back to the lender. So in the end, your attorney will be saving you money.

What To Do If You Get Sued For Debt?

What Happens When A Creditor Files A Lawsuit?

A creditor is essentially asking for a court order giving the creditor the legal right to collect on the total amount that you owe, including attorney’s fees, costs and interests.   In some cases, the creditor will file a motion for a summary judgment.  This means if the creditor convinces the court that there is no dispute that you owe the debt, then the creditor can win a judgment without going to trial.

If You Ignore The Debt Lawsuit?

If you fail to file an answer to the creditor’s complaint, then the court can grant a default judgment.  This means you will have to pay the debt.  If you can not pay the debt, then the creditor can collect the debt by garnishing your wages, filing a lien against your home, filing a lien against your investment property, or seizing the funds in your bank account with a bank levy.

Lawsuit Defense Success Stories From The Gamez Law Firm

Our client took out a 401(k) withdrawal in the amount of $15,000.00, just to cover his family’s monthly expenses during a period of unemployment. A creditor had previously obtained a judgment against our client. Unfortunately that creditor levied on our client’s account, freezing the $15,000.00. We filed a claim of exemption, arguing that this levy created an undue financial hardship on our client. The court ordered that the entire amount be returned to our client.
Our client had been sued by Iver Capital Corporation, who had purchased the defaulted debt from CashCall, a payday lender. The original loan amount was $2,525.00. With an APR of 183.63%, the amount that would have been paid back under the terms of the agreement was a whopping $18,315.76 over a 45-month term. Plaintiff was claiming damages for the unpaid balance, plus interest, totaling $10,649.24. We were able to negotiate a settlement in full for $1,500.00. We saved our client $9,149.24, without having to fight this out in the courts.
Saved $9,149.24

To read more Gamez Law Firm debt lawsuit defense success stories, visit our Client Success Stories page

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