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I borrowed $9000.00 and was taken to court while I was on the

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I borrowed $9000.00 and was taken to court while I was on the road I'm a truck driver, now I have paid over $14000.00 and feel it is fair but the lawer in the judgement said I still owe another $10000.00. I want to appeal the court and concider it paid
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  WALLSTREETESQ replied 5 years ago.

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Hello I am a licensed attorney here to help you with your question, please review my response and do not hesitate to ask for clarificati on

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You can appeal the decision, however in most cases, if you did not appear for the lawsuit, the attorney

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most likely added interest, and attorney fees to the case

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If you filed a bankruptcy that would eliminate the entire judgment awed to them, and may be cheaper than an appeal

Customer:

but what does a bankrupcy do to my credit it is getting better

Customer:

in todays economy would the court concider this payment fair how can I get before the judge to hear my case?

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A bankruptcy would hurt your credit, however if you have a judgment, and your credit is below 600, a bankruptcy would only hurt it a little, but would help in the long run

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You can go to the court where the original lawsuit was started and try to file a motion to reopen if you failed to appear,

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by claiming you were never served,

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These cases are difficult to do, and costly

Customer:

is there a form to fill out or a place to get the right way to do this

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You have to go to the original court where the lawsuit was decided and ask the clerk if they have forms to reopen a case,

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they should tell you their,

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You have to have a valid excuse, such as never being served etc. it can't be that their amount is too high,

Customer:

ok thank you I'll try this first and get back to you please send me your contact info

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