Recently, I have seen a flood of low-dollar debt collection lawsuits by junk debt buyers Midland Funding here in Arizona. Many times it doesn’t make sense to hire an attorney in cases where the amount in dispute is less than $1,000. However, without an attorney I find that many people lose their case once Midland Funding files a Motion for Summary Judgment.
A Motion for Summary Judgment is Midland Funding’s way of saying “look judge, we don’t need a trial, just review our documents and tell us we win.” If you don’t respond and put forth good reasons why judgment shouldn’t be entered you will lose and you won’t get your day in court.
With that in mind I created a new online video course that will teach you how to organize and draft a Response to a motion for summary judgment. The course will help you to understand the legal standard, the format of the document, specific defenses to junk debt buyer cases, and even a template to get you started in the right direction.
This course will work in responding to summary judgment by any debt buyer, including Midland Funding, Portfolio Recovery Associates, Cavalry SPV, CACH, and many more.
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