May 29, 2012 ... The danger of allowing a default judgment against you is once this occurs the
debt ... sort of error you can ask the court to set the judgment aside and let you
fight the lawsuit. .... A Judgement was wrongfully entered against me.
Oct 18, 2015 ... Having a judgment filed against you brings with it a new level of debt collection.
... If you do fight and lose the lawsuit, a judgment will be entered. .... the work you
did on these lawsuits and for working out this settlement for me.
Apr 6, 2015 ... Did someone file a judgment against you? If they did, there is a chance you can
get it dismissed or vacated. Vacating a judgment is basically ...
If a creditor sues you and gets a judgment, it has a whole host of collection ... Any
time the sheriff or marshal levies against your property, you must be notified.
By placing a judgment against you the creditor can continue to monitor your ...
fighting the judgment, vacating the judgment and settling the judgment out of
May 6, 2014 ... Having a judgment for debt filed against you is frightening, but not the ...
judgments can be erased, giving the debtor another chance to fight the ...
If the court thinks you do not wish to fight the case, it may enter an order of default
or a default judgment against you, giving the other side some or all of what ...
Last updated: September 2015. A judgment is a judge's order at the end of a
lawsuit that one party (generally the "defendant" or person who was sued) owes ...
Even though a judgment has been entered against you, there are steps that you
can take to either request the same judge or a higher court to reverse the ...
Mar 31, 2015 ... This means an order has already been made against you that you ... Judgment
creditor means the person who the court says you owe money.