I was or still a client of Johnson’s law group. I received a letter last month from Clint Johnson stating that he was being sued and was turning the account over to another lawyer, a lawyer named Brian J. Davis, PC who has agreed to facilitate my debt settlement agreement. I need to object within 30 days. Meanwhile Enhanced Servicing Solutions emails me to turn over the account to them and request a refund of all monies and so on. I’ve tried to fax this request but the fax does not go through. I was in the process of settling with Discover card, who by the way was in the process of taking me to court and I was served with papers. All this happening in August and 1300 dollars in escrow and I don’t know how to get the money back or even what to do or ask what questions. Is this making any sense?
Do I need a lawyer?
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Let me start with the last question, first. Any time you are being sued there is no shortcut for appropriate legal representation. If you have any questions or concerns about the process you should contact a licensed attorney in your state for help.
The underlying issue seems to be your credit card company is suing you for non-payment most likely. And I think the reality is that you did not pay the debt. The only hope of dealing with this now is going to be to work out a solution using the cash you have on hand now.
If you’d like, and you give me permission, I’ll ask one of my Angel Network debt relief companies if they can step in quickly yo help you for little to no cost.
Regarding the money in the trust account, if Johnson Law Group has not given you any instructions for dealing with that money you may want to contact the appointed receiver and ask how you can get your money back.
Did they send you something about how to reach the receiver?
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