Blog Posts in November, 2017

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  • How to Stop Creditor Harassment

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 29-Nov-2017

    Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), creditors are limited in their abilities to contact you to receive payment. They must not call you at unreasonable hours (before 8:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m.), call you repeatedly, threaten you, misrepresent the truth, call you at work, contact a third party (except for your lawyer or spouse), or use abusive language. If you owe a debt, and the ...
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  • What You Need to Know When Planning Your Retirement

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 21-Nov-2017

    Planning for retirement can be exciting, but it can also be stressful. People often wonder if they will be able to live comfortably after they quit working, or how much they will need to set aside each month to be financially stable after retirement. In general, there are 3 things you should think about when planning for retirement. You should consider: 1. The cost. It is important to calculate ...
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  • Shoplifting Charges During the Holidays

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 13-Nov-2017

    The holiday season poses emotional challenges for many people who have suffered tragedies, or who are going through a financial difficult time. With all the advertisements of gifts and expectations of festive holiday meals, it can seem embarrassing for those who cannot afford even the necessities. That is one reason why shoplifting charges are on the rise during the holidays. Between Black Friday ...
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  • Amicable Divorce - Why You Still Need an Attorney

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 2-Nov-2017

    An amicable divorce is an ideal scenario. Both you and your spouse agree to end the marriage, and calmly talk through the issues to reach a legal conclusion. If you and your spouse are on good terms, and the case is uncontested, it may be tempting to avoid hiring a lawyer. However, this is a mistake. An Attorney Can Help You Understand Your Rights State and local divorce laws may be difficult to ...
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