I owned a condominium
that the mortgage
company foreclosed on December 2015. At that time I had a balance on my association
fees. I was put on a payment a monthly payment plan which the balance would be paid off by August 2016. In March of 2016 a judgment was placed against me in the amount of $4775, which as of this point I have not paid.
You should know, that my only income is from social security disability, and as you know I can not be forced to pay the judgment if that is my source of income.
I have two separate questions.1.) Can judgment be placed against me, in March 2016, even though the total amount was not due in full until August 2016? Or is the judgment appropriate since I did not make the monthly payments?2.) I received a letter from the association attorney, not from the court. He is requesting personal financial information including SS #'s, DL#'s, information on all bank accounts including account #'s and banks where the money is being held.
All income including Social Security benefit amount.
Any property that I own including mortgage holder and balance due on the mortgage.
Specific information on all assets including, automobiles, furniture, appliances, stocks, bonds, and cash on hand.
Also, do I have an IRA or pension and if so what are the balances?The attorney is calling this an "information subpoena" and if I don't respond to each question within 14 days that they will immediately apply to the court to have me held in contempt.
This does not seem legal. I understand I owe them the money and if I had it I would pay it off just to get this monkey off my back.
But it also seems to be a violation of my privacy to be forced to give this private and sensitive personal information to this attorney. I also don't like the idea that this information could be shared with the condo association.
Also, my wife and I have received separate letters and my wife is a homemaker and not employed.
I have attached a copy of the 1st page of the letter.
Please advise. Thank you.