What happens when a judgement is filed against you?

Answer If you defend yourself in a debt lawsuit and lose or neglect to appear at the hearing after being sued, the judge will grant a judgment to the plaintiff. The plaintiff then becomes a "judgment cred... Read More »

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What happens to a judgement balance in a real estate short sale in New York state. If there is no equity in the sale will the judgement be released?

In any state, Judgements are usually filed with a court. In order for the Judgement to be released, someone -- preferably the party that filed the Judgement -- must be satisfied before the Judgemen... Read More »

What is a judgement from a debt?

When a debtor fails to pay his creditors on time, his debt may fall into default. Should this occur, the creditor has the right to file a lawsuit against the individual. A successful lawsuit result... Read More »

Does a judgement have to be repaid?

A judgment granted to a creditor against a debtor by a court of law must be paid. If you do not pay the judgment, the creditor can apply a lien to real estate property or seek to seize your assets.... Read More »

Did anyone vaccinate against their better judgement just because they were scared of CPS?

Most cases CPS or even the school board wont challenge a parent who is informed about their Constitutional Rights. It's possible, but as long as you follow the law it wont be challenged. There was... Read More »