Practice Areas

Practice Areas - Judgment Defense

Creditors obtain much more collection power if they have obtained a judgment against you.  Judgment creditors can garnish your bank account, cloud title on property, and seize certain property with a writ of execution.  The creditor can try many other tactics, such as post judgment discovery.  With post judgment discovery, the judgment creditor sends you questions to answer under oath about your assets or forces you into a deposition. You may eventually be held in contempt of court if you do not answer the questions.

Judgments must be taken seriously.  They can last for 10 years and can be renewed.  They can severely hurt your credit score and cause a bunch of other stress.  Do not simply assume that the creditor cannot collect from you or otherwise make your life difficult. If you have a judgment against you for a debt, let us take a look at your situation and see if we can assist you.  We have helped thousands of consumers with debts and many of them have had judgments against them.