Jan 25, 2012 ... The judgment will be filed with the court, and once that happens, it is public ... If
you do not have the money to pay, the court's judgment that you ...
In reality, if a judgment is entered against you, the following can happen: ... your
wages and/or bank accounts, you may have to pay additional court costs.
Once a judgment is entered against you, the creditor is now called a judgment
creditor, and you are called a judgment debtor. Judgment creditors have many ...
May 29, 2012 ... If you believe that the default judgment shouldn't have been entered against you
or that there was some other sort of error you can ask the court ...
I'm trying to avoid filing a 13 while I wait to see what happens with my income (up
or ... Before a judgment can be issued, a lawsuit must be filed against you.
Jan 15, 2014 ... If however a default judgment (you did not answer the lawsuit) was entered
against you, you should determine if you can have the judgment ...
May 6, 2014 ... Having a judgment for debt filed against you is frightening, but not the final word.
Consumers have choices when dealing with a court judgment. ... on your exempt
property before they happen, consumer attorneys say.
Mar 13, 2015 ... If you dispute the judgment entered against you and do not intend to pay ...
against you, which will simply add to the amount you have to pay.
May 24, 2016 ... If you have had a judgment filed against you, there is a chance you can get it ...
that you are challenging a court ruling, it happens all of the time.
How to Handle a Post-Judgment Debt. If a creditor has taken you to court for an
unsecured debt and won the case, you now have a judgment filed against you ...