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Can I still pay a debt and avoid going to small claims court

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Can I still pay a debt and avoid going to small claims court if I received a verified motion for proceeding supplemental?
Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Family Law litigation attorney. Thanks for your question.

Yes, you can avoid going to court IF you can settle with your creditor before the court date. If you can do this, you should get any agreement in writing, so that will be proof that you settled and leaves no need to go to court.

If you can't work out a deal, then you'd end up back in court.
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