Ten Tips for Preparing for Deposition when you're sued on a debt by Debt Collectors (Part II)





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It's free and informative, and there's no obligation. Depositions don't happen very often in debt litigation, but when they do it's a good idea to prepare for them. These tips will help you do that. They will also increase your understanding of the debt law process. Depositions are essentially question and answer sessions where the lawyer is asking questions and a witness (you? or someone for the debt collector) is answering the questions under oath, with each word being recorded and written down. The testimony produced at depositions can be used in motions for summary judgment and at trial, so it's important to get it right.This is Part II.http://youtu.be/7EAYpgdobkg. Part I is: http://youtu.be/s2yhCh19JIg

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