A leader in consumer law, attorney Jeremy Heck is a partner at Luftman, Heck & Associates, a firm devoted to helping those in financial trouble find solutions tailored to their situation. As he practices in Ohio, Jeremy routinely shares insight about personal finance topics, including fair debt collection and credit reporting.
Are you curious about what happens to your debt after you die? Jeremy Heck shared what will most likely happen in U.S. News & World Report article, “Here’s What Happens to Your Debt When You Die.”
He specifically explains how mortgages, credit card debt, car loans and medical debt are affected.
Jeremy Heck, a founding partner at Luftman, Heck & Associates, was quoted in a Richmond Times-Dispatch article entitled, “Debt Collectors May Soon Contact You By Text and Social Media. Here’s What You Should Know.”
He shared that the latest update to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act will provide clarity for both debt collection agencies and individuals, which can be helpful moving forward.
Debt collectors will soon be able to contact you via phone call, text, and social media. In a syndicated article on The Free Lance-Star, attorney Jeremiah Heck commented on the updated rule that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) said will be in effect on November 30, 2021.
The article titled, “Debt Collectors May Soon Contact You By Text and Social Media. Here’s What You Should Know” was published in Roanoke Times.
Jeremy’s insight about the pending updates to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was included in this post.
A new rule for debt collectors by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will be in effect on November 30, 2021. This rule allows debt collectors to use text and social media to contact individuals about payments.
Jeremy Heck shared with Forbes how this update to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act provides more clarity for borrowers and lenders. He also discussed the op-out feature that will be available.
Buying a home can be complicated, especially after filing for bankruptcy. However, Jeremy Heck shared that not all hope is lost in The Mortgage Reports article, “Can I Buy A House 1 Year After Chapter 7 Discharge?”
He pointed out that, specifically for an FHA loan, there is a waiting period of at least two years, and there are specific loan requirements that an individual would have to meet before being approved.
Jeremy Heck shared exactly how a personal loan can facilitate financial aid and relief in a Matchfinancial article. He highlighted that a personal loan allows someone to cover large expenses right away, and then set up a payment plan that suits their budget.