Protecting the privacy and security of your personal information is important to us. This policy will inform you of the information that we may collect and how it is used. By using our website, you are accepting the practices described below.
Any information sent to the DeWoskin Law Firm, LLC via Internet, e-mail, or through the website is not secure and is done on a non-confidential basis. The DeWoskin Law Firm respects the privacy of any person who contacts our firm, and we will make reasonable efforts to keep information private, but because of the nature of Internet communications and the absence of an attorney-client relationship, we cannot promise or guarantee confidentiality.
Sometimes, debt collectors don’t file a lawsuit against you to collect a debt. They may rely on the use of telephone calls, letters, or credit reporting in an attempt to get you to pay the debt.Learn More
When served with a debt collection lawsuit, time is not on your side. You have thirty days from the date you are served with the lawsuit to file an answer.Learn More
During the post-judgment collection process, debt collectors use many tools to find and seize the assets available to them, including bank and wage garnishments.Learn More
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is a body of federal laws to protect consumers from unscrupulous debt collection activities including harassing phone calls and false and misleading communications.Learn More