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Debt Validation Letter
A debt validation letter doesn’t just establish whether you owe the debt, but to whom you owe it and how much. Many debt collection law firms will add fees and interest to the debts they collect, and send letters with unfamiliar amounts. Your validation letter will force them to account for all the money they are demanding and show how they arrived at the new figure. Law firms may try not to include these calculations because they don’t want you to see how much they are adding to the debt in legal fees.
The problem in all of this for debt collectors is that they often don’t have the original contracts and paperwork they need to validate a debt. If the debt has changed hands many times, it’s especially unlikely they will be able to comply with a validation letter. They must respond to the validation letter before they can obtain a legal judgment; using the court discovery process to get the documentation they need to validate a debt will not satisfy the legal requirements of the FDCPA.
Qualified Written Request Letter
Motion to Dismiss Complaint
Wrongful Foreclosure Complaint
Motion to Compel Discovery
A motion to compel discovery responses is filed when a party who has propounded discovery to either the opposing party or a third party believes that the discovery responses are insufficient. The motion to compel is used to ask the court to order the non-complying party to produce the documentation or information requested, and/or to sanction the non-complying party for their failure to comply with the discovery requests. A motion to compel discover responses with exhibits may be filed by the party propounding the discovery if there is no response to the document requests, or if the discovery responses are not adequate and the filing party needs the documents marked as exhibits.
Generic Notice of Rescission Letter
First Set of Interrogatories to Defendant/Plaintiff
- Interrogatory instructions to opposing party;
- General term definitions;
- 25 Interrogatory questions designed to compel the most relevant information in a foreclosure action.
Discovery Templates - Coming Soon!
- Generic Discovery templates without instructions, strategy, drafting or edits: includes interrogatories, request to produce and request for admissions. $129
- Generic Discovery templates with instructions: includes interrogatories, request to produce and request for admissions. $169
- Generic Discovery templates with instructions & strategy: includes interrogatories, request to produce and request for admissions. $199
- Generic Discovery templates with case specific instructions and case specific strategy: includes interrogatories, request to produce and request for admissions. $299 (TERA Required $499)
- Generic Discovery templates with case specific instructions and case specific strategy plus drafting and editing: $499 (TERA Required $499)
- Proprietary Discovery drafted from scratch with case specific instructions and case specific strategy: includes interrogatories, request to produce and request for admissions. $299 (TERA Required $499)
Ex-Parte Notice and Application for Temporary Restraining Order RE: A Preliminary Injunction; And Memorandum of Points and Authorities
Many pro se homeowners cannot afford to hire an attorney to prevent the threatened sale of their property, yet they have valid LEGAL grounds for filing for an injunction to stop the foreclosure.
This generic TRO application narrative presumes certain facts that may or may not describe the facts in a particular case, and is not legal advice as to how or when to use
it. It provides general instructions and language that is applicable in most cases that can serve as a template that can and should be modified in accordance with your case specific circumstances and applicable state rules of civil procedure.