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Be sure that any pay off agreement, whether in full, or for less than the judgment balance, includes filing the satisfaction with the court. There is no shortage of ...

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The money the court awarded to the other party – the judgment creditor – is the ... Be proactive in this situation and pay off judgments to protect your credit rating ...

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Apr 6, 2013 ... Husband has the ability to borrow against his 403b to pay off judgement. Couple has saved roughly 5% for downpayment. How should we ...

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Apr 20, 2017 ... If you are able to get a lump sum of money from, say a relative, you may be able to offer that to the creditor to pay off the judgment. Just make ...

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A judge may grant the creditor that sued you (called the judgment creditor) the ability ... Pay in full. You can, of course, pay the debt off at any time. To pay, use a  ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/should-i-get-loan-pay-off-lawsuit-judgment.html

Consider these factors before you take out a loan to pay off a lawsuit judgment against you.

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In this article, you'll learn about alternative ways to pay a judgment, what could .... the funds in your account up to the amount necessary to pay off the judgment.

www.creditkarma.com/article/civil-judgments-on-credit-report

Aug 25, 2014 ... Paying off a civil judgment on time will likely still be beneficial to your credit health, though. If you do so, the status of the judgment on your credit ...

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If you lose a civil case and are ordered to pay money to the winning side, you become a judgment debtor. The court will not collect the money for your creditor,  ...