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Can Creditors Take My Social Security?

As a general rule, creditors cannot take (“seize”) Social Security benefits, even if they have sued you and obtained a judgment against you in court. There are, however, some limited exceptions to this rule for certain kinds of debts owed to the government, which are explained below. more...

Creditor's Examinations

I got a notice telling me to appear for a "creditor's examination" or "deposition." What does that mean? more...

Debtor's Rights

If you have creditors calling, bills coming due and you are unable to pay, check the following information to see what you can do to help yourself. more...

What Kind of Property Can My Creditors Take From Me?

I have been served with notice that a creditor has filed a court action against me. If this action proceeds to a judgment against me, can the creditor take any of my property or any of my wages? more...