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All About Debt: Consumer, Student and Restoring Your Credit--REGISTRATION CLOSED, LIMITED AT DOOR REGISTRATION AVAILABLE

Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Registration for this course is now closed.

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* Also Session A of 4 Evening Bridge the Gap

Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C011414B

Credits: 4 NJ: 4 General
4 NY Credits: 3 PP/LPM; 1 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional

Course Description:

*Also Session A of 4 Evening Bridge the Gap

Learn how to deal with some of the  most urgent issues regarding debt today. Topics to be discussed include:

  • Debt Collection and the Underrepresented Defendant

It is estimated that there were 82,000 default judgments entered in debt collection cases in NYS in one year. This alarming development has made the Courts, NYS and the Federal government consider and/or implement changes in procedural and substantive laws to promote access to justice in the civil area. Learn about these recent legal developments and how they impact attorneys who practice in this area.

  • Dealing with Student Loans and Loan Consolidation

Learn about the types of student loans graduates may have and the pros and cons of consolidating student loans. Gain an understanding of how to consolidate student loans, and the ramifications of recent legislative changes.

  • Credit Reporting and Repair

Gain an understanding of the credit reporting system, credit scores and credit related legislation. Find out how to read a credit report. Learn the ins and outs of improving your - and your clients' - credit scores as well as credit repair.

 

Faculty:

Gary Carpenter, CPA, National College Advocacy Group ; Anthony Davenport, Regal Solutions Corp.; Marcy Einhorn, Esq.; Bruce L. Resnick, Summit Financial Resources, Inc.

 

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