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* What does that judgment say?
Answer: The way to set that up is to contact the lawyer that represents the credit union and tell them that you would like to set up a payment plan to pay toward the judgment. You can contact the court clerk that issued the judgment and ask for the credit union's lawyer's contact information. Sometimes it is not on the judgment; but it is on all the other paper work.