DEBT COLLECTION AND CONSUMER CREDIT REPAIR
Under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you as a consumer have rights! If you notify the debt collector in writing, within 30 days of receiving notice of an attempt to collect on the debt, that the debt is disputed the debt collector must cease collection of the debt until the debt collector obtains verification of the debt or any copy of a judgment and a copy of such verification or judgment is mailed to the consumer by the debt collector. This means they cannot call you. They cannot act on your credit report. Each attempt to collect on the unvalidated debt is a $1000.00 fine plus fees! Once you retain an attorney to represent you, the debt collectors are NOT permitted to contact you directly. Contact KRIEBEL LAW FIRM, PLLC today to get the debt collectors off your back!
In need of credit repair to purchase a home or a vehicle? Do not delay in contacting Jacqueline Kriebel to help you clean up your negative credit history.
TEACHER/COACH ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYMENT ISSUES AND HEARINGS
Are you a teacher or a coach who has been accused of misconduct? Have you been placed on administrative leave? This is a very confusing and emotionally difficult situation for you. You do not have to be alone throughout the process. KRIEBEL LAW FIRM, PLLC will explain the process to you so you know what to expect during the administrative process. KRIEBEL LAW FIRM, PLLC works with schools to get teachers and coaches reinstated with full pay and minimal effects to your teaching or coaching career! Do not delay in contacting us. In some cases there is a very short deadline in which you can request an administrative hearing to present your side of the situation. Call KRIEBEL LAW FIRM, PLLC today!
ADMINISTRATIVE LICENSE REVOCATION HEARINGS This is the administrative process that revokes your driver's license if you have been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Your license may be suspended if you refused to submit to a breath or blood test or provide a specimen with an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or greater.You have 15 days from the date of your DWI arrest to request a hearing to prevent your license from being revoked.
OTHER AREAS OF PRACTICE: Occupational License, Criminal Record Expunction and Nondisclosures, Property Management Issues, Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Real Estate Title Search, and Wills and Estate Planning.