Helpful Links from The Moore Law Group

NARCA Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics
All NARCA member firms are committed to fairness in the collection process for everyone. In addition to local, state, and federal laws and State Bar Association licensing and certification, attorney members are required to adhere to the…

NARCA Tips for Consumers
Help consumers understand the legal collection process and work responsibly to pay debts or the exercise of their right to present their case before a judge, NARCA attorneys have prepared a document that provides tips to responding to collection attorneys.

Your rights under California’s Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Debt Collection FAQs: A Guide for Consumers prepared by the Federal Trade Commission

The National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys
The National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA) is a trade associationdedicated to serving law firms representing clients in matters relating to legal debt collection. NARCA's values are: Professional, Ethical, Responsible.

California Creditors Bar Association
The voice of California collection attorneys, CCBA is the largest creditor bar association in the western United States. Primarily comprised of creditor law firms and associate members, CCBA provides practical ideas and experience towards legislation and Court Rules to strengthen and improve California's judicial system and offers educational seminars and opportunities to share current issues and ideas.

Avoiding the Debt Trap
NARCA's own financial literacy program:"Avoiding the Debt Trap”

FTC Identity Theft Complaint and Affidavit
What should I know before filling out the FTC’s ID Theft Complaint Form?

State Bar of California Home Page
Membership in the State Bar of California affords attorneys the right and privilege of practicing law in this state. The bar's integrated network of functions and services — many of them mandated by law — protects the public and assists attorneys in meeting their professional obligations. This link is one way to insure that the person who says he is an attorney is in fact an attorney.