Jan 25, 2012 ... In order to get a judgment against you, the creditor or collector must ... The
judgment will be filed with the court, and once that happens, it is public record.
...... Hello, I was wondering if someone can also put a judgement on ...
Once a judgment is entered against you, the creditor is now called a judgment ...
Learn about the many ways creditors can collect on judgments. .... other creditor
who placed a lien on your property before the judgment creditor will be paid first.
If you are working and take home more than $326.25 per week, the plaintiff may
collect some of your wages until the judgment is paid off. The plaintiff may ...
The court ordered the debtor to pay you, but collecting your judgment (the money
owed to you), may ... You have 10 years to collect your Judgment. After the 10 ...
How do I put a lien on the debtor's real ... What happens after I get my money?
Jan 15, 2014 ... There are only 3 ways to get rid of a judgment: 1) Vacate it; 2) Satisfy it; or 3)
Discharge it. In your analysis of which approach is best for you, ...
May 6, 2014 ... Getting slapped with a court judgment can fill a debtor with dread. ... Make sure
you weigh the downsides against what you stand to gain. ... attempts on your
exempt property before they happen, consumer attorneys say.
Mar 31, 2015 ... If the court has made an order that you owe money and you have not paid or
avoided payment, the judgment creditor may start "enforcement ...
If this happens, you may be required to take additional steps and incur further
expenses to collect the judgment. Here are ten things to keep in mind when ...
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. ... to
put a judgement on me for the unpaid annual due and past due charges,etc.
2 days ago ... 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.