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.
Oct 18, 2015 ... Having a judgment filed against you brings with it a new level of debt collection.
Thankfully, there are some things you can do to ease the pain.
If you are in default on a credit card account, the credit card company can try to
get a credit card debt judgment against you by filing a lawsuit. If the credit card ...
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 ...
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
While this may not be instructive to your judgment debt, you may have additional
credit card debts that have gone unpaid and I want you to be aware of the ...
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 ...
Jul 27, 2016 ... A debt collection judgment usually leads to wage garnishments and bank levies.
A Minnesota consumer lawyer explains how to deal with a ...
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 ...
This judgment could haunt you for decades. It's time to face your old debt and
deal with it.