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Motion for Summary Judgment Checklist

The purpose of this article is to outline all the steps needed to successfully draft a motion for summary judgement. It is important that you look up the court rules and procedures before starting this draft. It is also important to only move forward with this motion if you feel you have a strong argument […]

Civil Rules of Procedures for all 50 States

It is important to learn the court rules for your state before embarking on your credit card lawsuit defense. The law school at Cornell University has put together a page which contains links to court rules for every state in the country. Just click the link below and scroll down to find your state. Civil […]

Where to Find Credit Card Lawsuit Case Law?

The first step in defending your credit card lawsuit is to simply fight back. This means you must answer your summons, and show up at all hearings or court proceedings. In addition, you may file motions and take other legal actions to strike Plaintiff’s evidence, or get your case dismissed. There are links to other […]

Credit Card Lawsuit Message Boards

Before I knew about credit card lawsuits, I would search the Internet and read any and all message boards. Please keep in mind that half of the people on these boards don’t know what they are talking about. Yes, they tend to help but most just preach laws from their own states and figure that […]

How to Write a Legal Memorandum

A memorandum is an informal record, in the form of a brief written note or outline, of a particular legal transaction or document for the purpose of aiding the parties in remembering particular points or for future reference. In General Purpose – The purpose of a legal memorandum is to analyze a legal problem and […]

Mann Bracken

Mann-Bracken are well known for arbitration. They pull you into arbitration and not court to try and take away your legal rights. Budd Hibbs recommends that you do the following: Dispute the account within the first thirty days of receiving their written notice. Make a demand for all documents that substantiates their claim, including a […]

Good Read

Bill Bauer, a financial adviser, wrote this really good article with tips if you are served with a summons:

Legal Terms Defined

Below is a list of legal terms and their definitions. I hope that knowing the definition of these terms will help you in your credit card lawsuit. Arbitration – The process by which the parties to a dispute submit their differences to the judgment of an impartial person or group appointed by mutual consent or […]

Quotes About Justice

I came across some cute quotes about justice and court, and figured I would share some of them with you. Maybe they’ll be of encouragement as you take on your case. Others might just make you laugh. Either way, take a peek and let me know what you think. “Justice is the tolerable accommodation of […]

Account Stated

Account stated is defined as a settlement of an account between the parties, by which a balance is struck in favor of one of them. 2. An acknowledgment of a single item of debt due from the defendant to the plaintiff is sufficient to support a count on an account stated. 13 East, 249; 5 […]