Will a Creditor Sue?

Answer Credit card companies and other types of creditors are entitled to receive what you owe them. Defaulting on your bills damages your credit score, after which it becomes difficult to get credit. Wha... Read More »

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Will a Creditor Take Profit Sharing After the Death of a Spouse?

In the United States, when you pass away while still owing unpaid debt, your spouse cannot inherit that debt. There are some cases where your spouse can still be legally responsible for repaying th... Read More »

Can I Sue a Creditor for Usury?

Usury occurs when a bank or other financial institution loans money to a consumer or business with an illegally high interest rate. Usury is illegal in almost all commercial and consumer-related in... Read More »

How do I add a creditor in bankruptcy?

Visit your local bankruptcy court immediately if you realize you forgot to list a creditor in your case. If you hired an attorney to represent your financial interests, call him and advise him of y... Read More »

Are IRAs creditor-proof?

On One Hand: IRAs are Shielded From CreditorsThe Supreme Court has ruled that IRAs, like pensions, 401(k) accounts, Social Security and other age-related benefits, are untouchable by creditors. Whi... Read More »