Ok , What about advice on the part "Optional information" where you asked "What have you tried so far?"
Ok , I have paid her but the interest has compounded to $125,000. Writing her a letter asking her to have that compounded interest pardoned or forgiven is not an option, and/or can I take this back to court to have the compounded interest pardoned or eliminated, and if I am able to take her back to court, during court procedings while we are waiting for judgement will they be able to garnish my wages?
Ok, thank you for your quick response. How and where do I file a "Motion to Stay" I rent my home and I will lose it if my wages are garnished and I will lose my car because I have a car payment, then I'll lose my job because I am required to drive my car for my job.
Ok thank you. Do I get these forms in the court in Arizona where the judgement was awarded or can I get them from here in California? Where do I find a Law library?
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