Interactive forms are available for free to low income individuals seeking a Claim of Exemption form or a Cease-Contact Letter to a creditor.

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Collections- Interactive Forms

  • Claim of Exemption form - Use this interactive form if you have been sued and the court has signed a judgment determining that you owe the opposing party money.
  • Cease-Contact Letter - Use this interactive form for creating a cease-contact letter (also called a cease-and-desist letter) to tell debt collectors to stop contacting you under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the Idaho Collection Agency Act.

 

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