Thursday, December 31, 2009

Default Judgment without Service --- Act Immediately

Unscrupulous collection agencies often purchase stale debts and try to bully unsuspecting people into paying these debts. For those who don't pay, the agencies file suit against the debtors, conduct sewer service, and obtain a default judgment.

Thereafter, the debtor is shocked when he receives notice of a court judgment. If you are a victim of these creditors/collection agencies, immediately contact an attorney to file an appropriate motion to open the case. These process servers and collection agencies who engage in these illegal actions are well known to experienced trial court judges. Therefore, if you act quickly, it shouldn't be difficult to set aside the judgment.

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