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Thursday, March 27, 2008

New Job

Well, I'm sure you noticed the lack of posts here since mid November. I have taken a new job. I am no longer practicing law, but am now working as in house counsel and vice president for a privately held company. I considered shutting this site down, but decided against it. Once I am acclimated to my job, I intend to resume posting. Thanks for your patience.

15 comments:

LMR said...

It's a good site. You should post. Thanks!
~greatlegalminds.blogspot.com

Justin Martin said...

I have learned a lot from this blog.

Congrats on the new job.

I am a Mississippi guy myself. I am writing a paper for a sociology class about the effect of check cashing/title loans and other sub-prime credit on small towns.

I have a couple of specific questions about those businesses I would like to ask you. Would it be possible for me to email you a couple of questions?

My email address is b1gstar@yahoo.com

If you wouldn't mind a couple of questions, send me an email and I can reply with some questions. If that is not good for you, could I post the questions as a post answer?

ann erwin said...

I am so happy that I have found your site. I live in Mississippi and am being sued for a credit card that I have not used since 2001 or 2002. My email address is ticatoo@cableone.net. If you have the time, once you are acclimated to your new job, I would like to email you a few questions.

Thanks for the site.

Anonymous said...

Need help served civil warrant in tn...had lost job and now working for ALOT less money....i can barely pay basic bills..and borrow to keep house and car......Nodoubt i got used to a good income and can no longer make that kind of income...I just want my home and car..what can i do>...please help me. I owe friends family and boss too.I keep getting in deeper

Aaron Tiel said...

I've just come across your site today in mid may '08 and I for one am very happy that you've written out some of your professional advice.

You've touched on debt topics in the biggest fields, insurance and medicine, which are very helpful for the majority of debtors, myself included at times ;).

I do have a question for you though and would be, well, indebted to you, if you could grant it any attention. That being said, what would you advise to people attempting to make good on debts owed to them by attorneys?

Collecting from laymen and non-legal personelle is one thing, but when attorneys don't pay up on their cases, the nature becomes much more complicated.

I know that generally, an attorney who maintains himself in good standing will honor his guarantees within the set timeframes, but when one never calls a facility or provider that was supposed to be paid out of settlement when a case settles, how might one go about dealing with it?

I have some specific examples if you had the time to consider them, but at least in the case of counsels who aren't on top of their own cases or simply unreputable, what tactics might you suggest?

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Anonymous said...

Keep this site open. The information is invaluable and helpful.

Anonymous said...

I have used your website and advice to clean up my credit after the premature birth of my twins the death of my 3 month old daughter. I appreciate your assistance. I have one other issue that I need your help with when you get settled in new job. My e-mail is plaidfrog@eathlink.net

Asset Acceptance brought a law suit against me in TN. I had a lawyer and they dropped the suit because they were never able to provide any documentation they were asked for (after me making three trips to court to defend myself). I can not get them off my credit reports even though they were not able to verify information for courts and legal suit they filed. Can you offer me any advice on how to remove from my reports? THANKS in advance!

Anonymous said...

great site, michael...keep it running

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Anonymous said...

Congrats on the job!

Now that you're not posting, Aussie readers might like to try http://www.collectitnow.com.au for debt collection hints!

Anonymous said...

Good Luck on your new job ....Please keep this site up very informative info!!!!!

Cynthia said...

Thank you for leaving the blog up - I am researching due to problems with Capital One bill collector. They just telephoned my cousin at 8 am CST from a 404 area code. She plans to document time and number from the next time they call so I can add to future law suit. Not that I think it will do any good...

Amber said...

Thanks so much! Please keep the site up, even if you're not adding new posts. The information that already exists here is SO valuable. I'm truly grateful.

Sincerely,
Amber