information subpoena

by ed
(new jersey)

A debt collection law firm has a judgement against me for credit card debt. I receive Social Security and a teachers pension. I just received an information Subpoena form with questions. They state that if i do not answer the questions they state that i could be arrested and or fined.. Then it states that if the judgment resulted from a default , that the judgment can be vacated. Since my pension is exempt from levy do I have to inform them, Or should I just contact an attorney

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Oct 22, 2010
Information subpoena
by: Mary

Thanks for submitting your debt collection question on our Q&A page.

Your instinct is correct. You should contact a consumer law attorney in your area who has experience handling debt collection matters. The attorney will be able to advise you about the best way to handle your situation. I would make that call right away.

Please share what happens with your situation in the comments section for this question. We are very interested in hearing how this turns out for you, and your experience can help others who are struggling with debt collectors.

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