Jan 25, 2012 ... The judgment will be filed with the court, and once that happens, it is ... If you
aren't sure what a judgment creditor can do to collect from you, it's a ... If I make
monthly payments after a judgement has been entered against me, ...
May 29, 2012 ... If you have a judgment entered against you it can be difficult to get the court ...
Does the above mean that I now have a judgement against me?
Mar 13, 2015 ... If you dispute the judgment entered against you and do not intend to pay the
judgment sum, it may be appropriate for you to consider:.
The plaintiff files a lawsuit with the court, then the judge decides whether a
judgement against the defendant is warranted, according to Illinois Legal Aid.
If someone (the plaintiff) has filed a lawsuit against you in small claims court, you,
as the defendant, may lose the case and a judgment can be entered against ...
Once a judgment is entered against you, the creditor is now called a ... If you
ignore all attempts by the IRS to collect taxes you owe, the government can grab
Even after a judgment is entered against you, it is still possible to settle a debt for
... It is better to settle a debt before judgment if possible, because the debtor has ...
Jul 9, 2015 ... However, many states allow the creditor to renew the judgment if it is not .... by an
attorney because of a judgement that was filed against me in ...
If the court has entered a default judgment against you, the plaintiff can collect it
... time limit for me to ask the judge to set aside the default judgment against me?
If you ignore a court action, it's likely that a judgment will be entered against you
for the amount the creditor or debt collector claims you owe. Often the court also ...