I have old debts which under GA SoL are expired. One of the debts is a credit card resold debt/ transferred the debt and one began filing for a judgment however did not finalize the process to my knowledge.
In the first instance did the SoL reset when sold? Or was the SoL remaining from last payment or promise date?
In the second instance I replied to the request for judgment and was not given a summary notice to appear nor a notice of judgment against me did the SoL remain from the time of last payment / promise?
Is it an actual payment that sets the SoL or a promise of payment?
Thank you so much!!
Answer: Georgia law may, or may not, control this issue; there may be a choice of law provision in the cardholder contract. If you don’t have the contract, you may want to retain Fair Debt Attorneys For Consumers (get a free consultation) in your state to see what rights you have and to help you settle the debt for less, with old debts, attorney involvement often goes very far.There may be instances where discussing your situation over a public forum could potentially compromise your interests. On these occasions we will contact you directly via email in order to answer your inquiry in a confidential manner.