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Bankruptcy law provides for the development of a plan that allows a debtor, who is unable to pay his creditors, to resolve his debts through the division of his assets among his creditors... More »

Will Bankruptcy Get Rid of Lawsuit Judgments? | Nolo.com


Find out if you can wipe out a lawsuit judgment in bankruptcy and what ... equity in property that you can claim an exemption against, and; the judgment lien eats  ...



Jan 15, 2014 ... 1) Is vacating the judgment an option for me? ... the date the judgment was entered against you to make the motion. ... Filing a bankruptcy petition will place an automatic stay on the judgment and any enforcement actions.

Lawsuit Judgments Discharged by Bankruptcy - AllLaw.com


In general, filing for bankruptcy relief will discharge most of your debts including ... If your lender obtains a judgment, it can garnish your wages or go after your ... However, even if the lawsuit has already resulted in a judgment against you, your ... on your property, you must file a motion with the court in order to remove it.

Is a Creditor Getting a Judgment Against You? - New Jersey Debt ...


If you have a judgement against you from a creditor, it can hurt you. ... If you file bankruptcy quickly to stop a garnishment or other collection activity, you lose ... a judgement has been entered against me 7 yrs. ago in New Jersey Superior court. ... today I have a judgement against me and they are going to garnish my wages.

Court judgments for debt: Your options after the gavel


May 6, 2014 ... Getting slapped with a court judgment can fill a debtor with dread. Most credit ... Having a judgment for debt filed against you is frightening, but not the final word. ... This is the personal finance version of the nuclear option: File for bankruptcy. ... Judgments are problems that don't go away by themselves.

What To Do When a Default Judgment Has Been Entered Against You


May 29, 2012 ... The danger of allowing a default judgment against you is once this occurs ... If you don't submit a written answer to the lawsuit the court can enter a ... And finally you can eliminate the default judgment completely by filing for bankruptcy. .... This made me feel uncomfortable because I knew once I agree to ...

What if I Have a Lawsuit or Judgment Against Me, Can Bankruptcy ...


How Do I Determine the Value of My Jewelry if I'm Filing Bankruptcy? ... You will get a DEFAULT JUDGMENT for not showing up to the hearing. ... If the judgment has already been placed against you, you can still file a bankruptcy to get rid of it  ...

If I file bankruptcy after a judgment is placed against me, will it erase ...


If I file bankruptcy after a judgment is placed against me, will it erase the judgment? Written by ... For a credit card default judgment, erasure is possible. In every ...