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 ...
Oct 18, 2015 ... Having a judgment filed against you brings with it a new level of debt ... In order
for that decision to be made, someone must file a lawsuit.
Jan 25, 2012 ... They give us the opportunity to talk about what judgments are and how they ...
you owe to the person who obtained the judgment against you.
25 -Collecting Money From a Small Claims Judgment. If you sued someone for
money and received a judgment against that person, you have the right to collect
May 29, 2012 ... The danger of allowing a default judgment against you is once this occurs the ...
Other times the debt buyer gets permission to serve a person ...
A creditor or debt collector can win a lawsuit against you even if you are
penniless. ... the lawsuit and; you still owe that sum of money to that person or
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.
Are judgments considered secured debt? Or, are they only considered secured to
the point of being a lien above and beyond any exemptions? Isn't a judgment ...
Can someone go to court and get a garnishment or judgment against me without
my ... Don't I have to be contacted first by the court that someone is suing me?
May 6, 2014 ... Having a judgment for debt filed against you is frightening, but not the final word.
Consumers have choices when dealing with a court judgment.