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Pennsylvania Bankruptcy, Debt and Consumer Law

Where to Read More About Bankruptcy, Debt and Consumer Law

a

U.S. Bankruptcy Courts Basics

b

U.S. Trustee Program-administrators of bankruptcy law

c

"Means Test" form for Chapter 7 filings (B22A)

d

"Means Test" form for Chapter 13 filings (B22C)

e

Approved U.S. Trustee Credit Counseling Agencies List

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Approved U.S. Trustee Debtor Education Providers List

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PA Attorney General, Consumer Protection Links and Forms

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Major Credit Reporting Agencies
  1. Equifax Credit Report Agency
  2. Experian Credit Report Agency
  3. Transunion Credit Report Agency

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Link to Free Annual Credit Report

j

Better Business Bureau,

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Federal Trade Commission for Consumers

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Federal Trade Commission Credit Repair Info

m

Federal Trade Commission ID Theft Affidavit Filing

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Identity Theft, Federal Trade Commission

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Identity Theft Tool Kit 

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Online Consumer Problems

q

Consumer Problems

r

Consumer Sentinel: facts, trends, and tips about consumer fraud

s

National Do Not Call Registry violations
Brian C. Thompson
Brian C. Thompson
Practicing in: Bankruptcy, Debt and Consumer Law
Location: East Hills
At Will
If you are employed on an “at will” basis, this means that you or your employer can terminate your job for any or no reason, at any time, and with or without notice, so long as the termination does not violate any laws. Unless an employee has a contract stating that employment is for a fixed duration and can only be terminated for specified reasons, or the employee is subject to a collective bargaining agreement, the employee is most likely employed on an at-will basis.

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