As you enjoy the beauty that will come with this season's spring blossoms, think also of how to make time to review and renew these cornerstone documents, to assure a beautiful legacy for your loved ones for the seasons that ...
Every once in a while a congressional committee hearing can almost seem like a time to grab your popcorn and a seat to hear the exchanges and varying opinions.
When it comes to consumer concerns, debt collection remains the top complaint most often reported to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Although the former Corinthian Colleges, once one of the nation's largest for-profit colleges, closed its doors last year, many of the problems incurred by its former students persist.
Sometimes you just have to wonder what members of Congress are thinking about.
While law enforcement comes after discriminatory acts have already been committed, a new advocacy effort appeals for dealers to change their practices to prevent further discrimination in auto lending.
As an Estate Planning and Administration attorney I am committed to providing education to encourage as many folks as possible to create a movement to increase their net wealth through strategic estate planning.
Since Operation Collection Protection began, over 130 new law enforcement actions by federal state and local law enforcement resulted in prosecution against collectors that used illegal practices such as wage garnishment, harassing phone calls, and false threats of litigation or ...
On Feb. 11, another contentious round of exchanges on debt-trap lending occurred on Capitol Hill. Unlike previous forums, however, this one came with an open bias.
I encourage us each to create a legacy that is impactful. We can do that with substantial treasure, time and/or talent.
When it comes to credit and financing, racial disparities remain despite a 42-year-old federal law guaranteeing fair treatment in lending.
As communities of color continue to suffer from financial stress, a new research report provides insights as to how the racial wealth divide is in large part created by policy trends that favor the well-to-do at the expense of the ...
Fees deducted from millions of consumer checking accounts are making legal and financial news in early 2016. Banks are reaping billions of dollars on just one fee: overdraft.
Our challenge this King holiday is to honor his memory by taking an active role in securing financial justice.
As holiday revelers toasted the season, a key federal regulator took two steps to ensure that 2016 would bring an important change for consumers harassed by illegal debt collector actions.