Jan 25, 2012 ... If you aren't sure what a judgment creditor can do to collect from you, it's a good
.... Typically you can work out a payment plan on a judgment.
May 6, 2014 ... A court judgment for debt can lead to seizure of wages and property, but there
are ... How they work; your 4 choices for dealing with them ... Many people do so
out of fear of the court process, but the consequences get ugly.
Judgment creditors have many more collection techniques available to them than
do creditors trying to collect debts before getting a court judgment. Read on to ...
Even if you do not have the money to pay the debt, always go to court when you
are told to go. A creditor or debt collector can win a lawsuit against you even if ...
If the court decides against you and issues a judgment and you do not intend to ...
may do a debtor's examination to get information about your property, work, ...
What to Do after the Judgment Is Paid; What to Do If There Is a Lien on Your Real
... You can try to work out an agreement with the judgment creditor (see above ...
Mar 26, 2007 ... Are judgments considered secured debt? Or, are they only considered secured to
the point of being a lien above and beyond any exemptions?
Feb 12, 2008 ... Obtaining a legal judgment does not necessarily ensure that you will .... no and i
had the paper work she never looked my way or at the papers.
Registering the judgment does not directly enforce the judgment. ... Sheriffs are
self-employed people who are paid for their enforcement work on a commission ...
If you are dealing with the second situation, you have some work to do. You may
even end up back in court. At that point, you have to decide whether it is worth ...