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I have recd a confession of judgement. what exatly are my rights
i have recd a confession of judgement. what exatly are my rights , it is a judgement that I am paying on and now they are asking me to sign and notorize hat I wil pay plus interest, and I give up my right to trail and canot contest it. will I ever be able to file banrupcy or get the interest reduced.
How can I sue a relative that refused to pay for a 30 thousand
how can I sue a relative that refused to pay for a 30 thousand dollar debt it was a verbal agreement, I do have witnesses, I been searching but all that i found so far is smal claims I am unsure if the motion for summary judgment will work to start a case please advise me how can I open a case in the iowa court
The confession of judgement I am helping clients settle
Hello the confession of judgement I am helping clients settle debts and liens and I just want to make sure they pay me JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: I want an effective confession of judgement form JA: OK got it. Last thing — Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $36 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I attempted to file a contract lien (claim of lien) by affidavit
I attempted to file a contract lien (claim of lien) by affidavit with circuit court of Maryland, including evidence of due process and dishonor (demand notices for settlement) and memorandum of law, including the rights to file the lien without any judicial determination.The claim was returned in one day by the deputy clerk declaring it is "not a recordable document" without any explanation. They keep the filing fee. Maryland does allow judgment by confession which is how the claim of lien arose, though I used the term nil dicit to justify the claim.
My son's bank account has been garnished because he fell behind
My son's bank account has been garnished because he fell behind on a credit card agreement (a payoff) for a total of $100.00(Arkansas).They took everything. Now there is no money for living expenses and other payments coming out of his acount. His payroll is direct deposited, and he is also expecting an IRS refund to be direct deposited. What can he do?
for socrateaser only Pursuant to New York StateView more legal questions
for socrateaser onlyPursuant to New York State law is it mandatory for a defendant to give a "confession of judgment" to plaintiff lawyer in order to enter into a long term installment payment agreement? Also, I feel a defendant has to be careful of a signed stipulation which would be court enforceable. With this understanding what are defendant options?