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Pennsylvania
NARCA Liason
Mr. Rob Kline
Eric M. Berman, P.C.
rkline@ericbergmanpc.com
(631) 486-4900

Creditors Bar
  • Pennsylvania Creditors Bar
  • Independent of the Pennsylvania State Bar Association
Michael Ratchford - President
(507) 558-5510
Mratchford@eaa-law.com

Top 5 Beneficial Laws to Creditors
Top 5 Beneficial Court Rules
Court Rules
Licensing Requirements

Attorneys who are licensed to practice in Pennsylvania are exempt. There is no licensing or bonding requirement


Statutes
E-filing
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Garnishmeent Exemptions
Garnishment Procedure
Pre-judgment Procedure
Post-judgment Procedures
Executions/Attachments
Updates
  • House Bill 2064 States a person may not, with the intent to defraud, make a call or engage in conduct that results in the display of false caller identification information on a recipient's telephone. Introduced on October 2, 2009 and referred to the Consumer Affairs Committee. Re-referred to House Appropriations Committee on December 17, 2009.

  • House Bill 1649 Prohibits credit card issuers from taking any debt collection action against the parent or legal guardian of a student for whom a credit card has been issued, unless the parent or legal guardian has agreed to in writing. Introduced on June 10, 2009 and referred to Commerce committee.

  • House Bill 2064 States a person may not, with the intent to defraud, make a call or engage in conduct that results in the display of false caller identification information on a recipient's telephone. Introduced on October 2, 2009 and referred to the Consumer Affairs Committee. Re-referred to House Appropriations Committee on December 17, 2009.

  • House Bill 1649 Prohibits credit card issuers from taking any debt collection action against the parent or legal guardian of a student for whom a credit card has been issued, unless the parent or legal guardian has agreed to in writing. Introduced on June 10, 2009 and referred to Commerce committee