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Man Receives Successful Refund After Becoming Overdrawn On A Line Of Credit

A 56-year-old college professor in New York was in the process of filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a court supervised repayment plan, after falling behind on his mortgage. Right before filing, his bank withdrew $1,000 from his personal bank account and notified him that he was overdrawn on a line of credit he had. The man, needing more time to fulfill this payment request, wished to get the entire sum back and invited Cleveland, Ohio bankruptcy attorney Matthew Alden to help with the process.

Attorney Alden was quick to review his case in order to see his client through his pending situation. Alden chose to file a lawsuit against the company in order to return the large sum back to his client. Under a motion for summary judgement, declaring that there was no dispute in the matter, the judge was in immediate agreeance. Our client saw a refund of the $1,000 as a result and all issues were resolved with the help of attorney Alden.

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