Credit Card Debt
UPDATED: May 14, 2009
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Credit Card Debt
Is it a probation violation if a credit card is suing you for payment when you are going through a debt program
Asked on May 14, 2009 under Business Law, Virginia
J.M.A., Member in Good Standing of the Connecticut Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 13 years ago | Contributor
I would need to know more details. What are you on probation for? What are the terms of the probation? Without knowing this information i cannot respond. If the credit card debt is unrelated to the probation and is not mentioned in the terms of probation, then i would say that you have nothing to worry about as it is a separte issue. Nevertheless, you should check with your attorney to confirm the same. If you do not have a lawyer, try to answer my questions and re-ask your question.
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