Debt Collection and Garnishment

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Booklets

Most families face debt at some time or another. Losing a job, losing public assistance benefits, sudden medical bills, or divorce can push a family into debt. There are many ways creditors can try to collect debts. Two of the most common…
Source: Education for Justice

Do-It-Yourself Forms

Welcome! This free program helps you create a Letter to a Debt Collector when your name is on a bill that is not yours. The program works by asking you questions. It uses your…
Source: Education for Justice

Helpful Websites

Coping with Debt
Author: Federal Trade Commission

Consumer information about debt.

Go to the website: Coping with Debt - FTC
Collecting and Satisfying Judgments - Forms and Information
Author: Minnesota Courts

Information about the process of collecting a judgment and the forms necessary.

Go to the website: Judgments - Minnesota Courts

Q & A

Source: Senior Legal Line - Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota
Source: Senior Legal Line - Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota

Videos

Source: National Association of Consumer Advocates
Source: National Association of Consumer Advocates