T.M.I. – Too Much Information. People often put way too much unnecessary, and potentially harmful, information in their Answers. This is one of the biggest mistakes I see consumers make when they decide to draft their own Answer to a Debt Collection lawsuit.
The Answer is a fairly straight forward document in a debt collection lawsuit and yet at the same time it is one of the most vital. If you mess up your Answer – or worse, don’t even bother to file one, you could find your debt collection lawsuit over before it even starts.
On today’s show I go over three of the biggest mistakes I see people make when they draft their own Answer to a lawsuit. While my recommendation is that you hire an attorney if you can afford do, the simple matter of it is that most people, overwhelming, don’t hire lawyers. My hope with this episode of the Consumer Warrior Podcast is that will gain a basic understanding of the what Answer is, what it is not, some of the basic components, and hopefully help you avoid some of the common mistakes I see people make over and over.
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