Unfortunately, I'm not aware of the specific laws in Connecticut or Texas, but I do work for a collections law firm and I hope to give you some helpful advice. If a law firm has contacted you, make sure that they are licensed to practice in Texas and that they know that you no longer live in Connecticut. I wouldn't necessarily give them your new address if they don't already have it (I would make them track you down). Having an account placed with a law firm isn't necesarily entirely bad. Sometimes, you won't be charged late/overlimit fees, you might be given a lower interest rate, and you might be able to get better settlements. This all depends on the creditor and the firm. If they decide to sue, they must do so in the county in which you currently live. They must serve you a summons. If it's to this point, the absolutely first thing to do is to familiarize yourself with the FDCPA and the laws governing garnishments and judgments in the state of Texas (since that's where you currently reside). Don't worry, debt collections is a civil matter, not a criminal matter. You have NO CHANCE of going to jail, even if you choose to not show up for court (the creditor would be given a default judgment, however). I don't mean to give you advice on how to avoid or combat paying your bills, but there are things that you should know and do to help protect your assets. If a creditor has placed your account with an attorney, I would definitely seek some advice from a local counselor via free consultation (if possible) that is tailored to your specific situation. I don't want to give you false hopes or misinformation, but if I remember right, Texas is a "no collect" state. I'm not certain what this means, but I would definitely look into that.
almost 2000 miles
Almost 15 miles.
Mexico has an area of 1,972,550 square kilometers (761,606 sq mi) while Connecticut has an area of 14,357 sq km (5,543). Mexico is almost 138 times the size of Connecticut.
Yes he is. He is currently married to Barbara Bach and has been for almost 30 years.
Connecticut, Tennessee and Stanford are almost always among the very very best.
All of Connecticut (UTC-5/UTC-4) is 3 hours ahead of all of California (UTC-8/UTC-7) almost all the time.
It started on June 8, 2013. It means it started almost in summer
im almost positive she is divorced
Almost, it is currently 6.9 billion.
A direct hit is almost impossible. Some wind and rain is a possibility but less likely. It is more likely Earl will pass far enough east to leave Connecticut unaffected.
No he is currently single he is almost 17 and is still single.
Wicca is found in almost every if not every country in the world.
It was started because we defeated the Japanese twice and then Vietnam fought us and almost won
Answer by Charlie N.FedEx currently owns over 670 aircraft.
It takes almost 6 hours and it's approximately 307 miles.
its almost 26 years old, it started in March 1985
He started his own company Almost skateboards
Yes quite normal, I have two daughters one started when she was 11 and the other only started at 17.
it might be considered as a hit and run or destroying private properity.
The debate that almost ended the Constitutional Convention was the debate between large states and small states, regarding how representation in legislature should be determined. The result of the debate was the Connecticut Compromise.
Currently, almost $500. It depends though, the recession sucks.