How to Pay Off Judgements
Most people incur bad debt at some point in their financial life. Sometimes this debt is in the form of judgments, which are debts that a court has mandated that you pay. These judgments show up on your credit report and negatively affect your credit....
If someone has a judgment against you, this means that the case went to court
and you lost. The money the court awarded to the other party – the judgment ...
Be sure that any pay off agreement, whether in full, or for less than the judgment
balance, includes filing the satisfaction with the court. There is no shortage of ...
Jan 15, 2014 ... If you are going to pay a judgment, you absolutely must insure it will in fact be
paid off and a Satisfaction of Judgment will be filed. This should ...
To pay off a judgment, one contacts the court clerk that issued the judgment to
request the form that accompanies the payment and pays the creditor, making ...
Apr 6, 2013 ... Husband: High income, bad credit score (~600), some student loan debt, credit
cards paid off, judgement on record with remaining balance, ...
... follow through on this important step after a judgment debt has been paid off ...
If a judgment creditor receives payment in full on a judgment but fails to file a ...
Consider these factors before you take out a loan to pay off a lawsuit judgment
Nov 7, 2014 ... Even after a judgment is entered against you, it is still possible to settle a ... to
settle credit card debt for only 50 percent of the balance, if paid in ...
A judge may grant the creditor that sued you (called the judgment creditor) the
ability ... Pay in full. You can, of course, pay the debt off at any time. To pay, use a