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Good afternoon. Yes, the parties to a suit can settle the claim at any time before a judge awards a judgment. If settled, the parties would simply notify the court that the case has been settled by the parties and the plaintiff would file a motion to dismiss that would then be signed by the judge.
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would they rather us settle the debt than go to court. it was mailed to us and not served by sheriff dept.
can this hurt my husbands top secret security clearance. he has already met with the investigator and this claim was dated november 26.
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