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Thursday, September 09, 2010

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I've added a DONATION BUTTON at the top of this blog. I know your first thought is hey here's a rich lawyer trying to scam me out of some money. Well, I'd challenge you to read this blog in it's entirety and see that is far from the truth. On the contrary, rather than trying to get rich or even make a profit off this blog, its primary function is to provide vital information to people in real need. There is a ton of practical and more importantly, legally correct, information on this site. Also, I offer an entire book of information together with all the forms you need to fight debt collectors all for only $19.99. Once I pay publishing and other costs, this is a break even venture. I've seen less helpful guides and books written by non-lawyers offered on the internet for hundreds and thousands of dollars! So I hope you can see, this is not a get rich quick scheme. I am asking that, IF you are able, you click on the donation button and donate FIVE BUCKS. Your donation will allow me to keep this site up and running and add more resources for people just like you who need help and can't afford the thousands of dollars a lawyer would charge. So donate if you can and I thank you. If you can't, then help me out by referring some of your friends who are also in need to my site. THANK YOU.

15 comments:

Bill T said...

My wife just got a subpoena for court over a debt we're not even sure she owes. We live in Tennessee. it's household finance/midland for 5500.00. Is there something we can do to see if it is still within the statutes of limitations? if it's older than 7 years can they still collect anything? thank you.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, my question is, can I do anything to overturn a judgement filed against me in Texas? Can anything be done? Would your publication help?

George E. Bourguignon, Jr. Attorney at Law said...

Are you recommending that someone deny owing the debt in defending the lawsuite even if they do owe the debt?

George E. Bourguignon, Jr. Attorney at Law said...

Do you forsee any ramifications of denying some allegations in a complaint that are known to be true.

Anonymous said...

FUCK YOU and your five bucks. Go sue some poor helpless innocent bastard and get it you pig.

George E. Bourguignon, Jr. Attorney at Law said...

What if the person really owes the debt? Do you still advise them to deny owning it?

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Mich LAW said...

I LOVE THIS!! Maybe he (this author) is not saying,' deny a debt that is owed, but to defend yourself against a debt you feel you don't owe". Of all the attorneys out there that suck!, This guy Rocks! I have had attorneys in my life since I was 3 they all sucked! Took my my money and ran. Its better most times to represent yourself or have an attorneys advice because attorneys, will just suck the money right out of you. You'll be lucky to get your judgment's.( I never did and lost a house), I had a trust that was governed by an attorney violated by an attorney with permission of course (he died before I was at age to know better). Then the icing on the cake is you just paid an attorney 1000's on top of your suit and have to pay that 10k loan for the motorcycle someone stole, but 5000 more to file suit with an attorney because he cannot collect for one reason or another. And then if you do get the judgment the attorney ends up with most because you needed him to go to court to collect. if you file a suit, it cost maybe $175 approx, then if the other person doesn't show, you know it and you go home. But if you hire an attorney you pay 2500, and now that's down the drain because you don't even know if you can collect. At least when I go in by myself I end up with something.