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Debtor-Creditor Dispute Questionnaire

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Abstract: Many aspects of managing your money can make you want to consult a lawyer. Someone might steal your money, your credit cards, or even your identity. You may be cheated or poorly treated by a bank or a financial planner. A credit card company might not reverse charges you didn't make. Often, a lawyer can help by explaining your options or writing letters. If the problem is serious enough, a lawyer can help you sue to protect your rights.

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