Oct 18, 2015 ... If you do fight and lose the lawsuit, a judgment will be entered. ... What Happens
When A Judgment Is Entered Against You ... I really appreciate all the work you
did on these lawsuits and for working out this settlement for me.
A creditor or debt collector can win a lawsuit against you even if you are ... take
any of your assets or income even though they have a judgment against you.
Jan 15, 2014 ... 1) Is vacating the judgment an option for me? If you contested the case (
answered the lawsuit) and the court entered a judgment against you, ...
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.
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.
When someone files a suit against a person to get a judgement, it means that the
person who filed the suit, the plaintiff, feels they are owed money by the ...
Once a judgment is entered against you, the creditor is now called a judgment
creditor, and you are called a judgment debtor. Judgment creditors have many ...
Mar 13, 2015 ... Sometimes, unfortunate circumstances or a reluctance to meet legal proceedings
head-on can result in judgment being obtained against you or ...
How long a judgment against you lasts depends on state law. But creditors ... For
example, if a judgment was filed against you in Arizona, it is good for five years.
If you have been sued or have a judgment against you bankruptcy may be able ...
You must include a copy to the people who are suing, and have it filed with the ...