May 6, 2014 ... A court judgment for debt can lead to seizure of wages and property, but there
are steps to protect yourself after the decision comes down.
How to Handle a Post-Judgment Debt. If a creditor has taken you to court for an
unsecured debt and won the case, you now have a judgment filed against you ...
Jan 25, 2012 ... Typically, when you are talking about a judgment related to a debt, you are
describing a “money judgment” that states how much money you ...
Judgment creditors have many more collection techniques available to them than
do creditors trying to collect debts before getting a court judgment.
Your debt is then referred to as a 'judgment debt' because the court has 'judged'
that you owe it. A judgment debt may be enforced at any time, though after 15 ...
The short answer to your question is – YES! CRN does assist in settling debts like
credit cards where there was a lawsuit and then a judgment entered against ...
Can someone go to court and get a garnishment or judgment against me without
my knowledge or ability to respond? Don't I have to be contacted first by the ...
If you cannot pay the debt, tell the creditor. Keep reminding the creditor during
your case. If you are execution proof tell the creditor. Even if you do not have the
Jul 9, 2015 ... Dear Debt Adviser, I have a judgment and collections account on my credit report
for an old debt. The collections account is set to expire from ...
Sep 9, 2014 ... How Long Does a Judgement Stay on Your Credit Report and How to Remove a
... In the world of credit, it's not uncommon for creditors or debt ...