Staff and attorneys are excited to be back in the office to see each other and clients more frequently. Minnillo Law Group staff and attorneys enjoyed an afternoon cookout to kick-off our return to the office. Staff and attorneys are excited to be back in the office to see each other and clients more frequently.
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We established this blog to share stories and information about topics relevant to our practice. Our intent is to highlight local stories, as well as national subject matter, that we think you will find interesting.
The Attorneys General for 39 states entered into a settlement agreement with Navient (formerly known as Sallie Mae), a large national student loan servicer, “to resolve allegations of widespread unfair and deceptive student loan servicing practices and abuses in originating predatory student loans.” The settlement was released on January 13, 2022. The release can be
Debt can be a dangerous thing to have. It can quietly grow into a massive problem over months or years or happen overnight because of a medical emergency. No matter the cause of your debt, it is important to know what you can do to combat it. The average debt for an American is more than
If you have been injured due to an unsafe condition on another person’s property, are you able to hold the owner liable for your damages? The answer depends on the exact circumstances of your accident and the law of premises liability. Premises liability is a legal theory under which property owners have certain duties to
Individuals who face financial peril are no strangers to the collection efforts employed by various agencies. Creditors take significant steps to ensure repayment and often blur the lines between harassment and the regulations they must follow. A new tactic, however, is to rely on a debtor’s daily use of social media sites to bolster communications.
Ohio’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices are open again, and teenagers throughout the state are taking their driver’s license tests. If it has not happened already, your teen son or daughter could soon be driving on their own for the first time. It’s a rite of passage and a step toward adult independence. But the