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IF A JUDGMENT IS FILED AGAINST HIS PROPERTY, WHAT DOES THAT

ACTUALLY MEAN? DOES THAT PUT...
IF A JUDGMENT IS FILED AGAINST HIS PROPERTY, WHAT DOES THAT ACTUALLY MEAN? DOES THAT PUT ME IN FIRST PLACE TO GET PAID IF AND WHEN HE SELLS IT, OR WHAT?
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9/1/2010
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Customer reply replied 7 years ago

HE IS BEHIND ON MONTHLY COURT ORDERED PAYMENTS OF $1000.. NO PAYMENTS SINCE 2/09.

HE IS BEHIND ON MONTHLY INTEREST PAYMENTS OF $500/ MONTH ON OUR PROPERTY SETTLEMENT NOTE.

HE IS BEHIND THREE YEARS ON THE PROPERTY SETTLEMENT NOTE OF $12,500 PER YEAR .

 

THIS TOTALS AROUND 67,000.

 

I WAS TOLD THE BEST WAY WAS TO GET A JUDGEMENT ON HIS $490,000 PROPERTY (THAT IS THE PRICE LISTED IN THE TAX OFFICE)

Yes, that is a good idea. A judgment does protect you and to some extent the amount of protection depends on the order of judgment, but not a lot.




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Customer reply replied 7 years ago
MY ACTUAL QUESTION WAS: IF A JUDGEMENT IS FILED AGAINST HIS PROPERTY, WHAT DOES THAT ACTUALLY DO? DO I GET MONEY WHEN HE SELLS IT? AM I PART OWNER? WHAT??
Customer reply replied 7 years ago
SO IF I FILE FOR A JUDGEMENT. WHAT MAKES HIM START MAKING CURRENT PAYMENTS. FILING FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT?
Yes, contempt of court or you start trying to garnish or execute on his property. Filing a judgment clouds the title to his real property and also allows you to start trying to garnish bank accounts, seize property, etc.




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Customer reply replied 7 years ago
the property is in both his name and his girlfriends. if he finds out i am about to do this, can he somehow get his name taken off and just put in her name?
Not once you file. That is considered a "fraud on a creditor" and the court will reverse the transaction.




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Customer reply replied 7 years ago
So I shouldn't tell him I am going to do this if he doesn't start paying? I hate to do it without warning--I have too soft a heart I guess. But he knows that and figures I wouldn't do anything like this. Not good to give him a threat?
If you send him a letter, CMRRR, and tell him what you are about to do then a court would likely still find that any transfers are void. They may do it anyway, but you want to have as much evidence as possible.




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Customer reply replied 7 years ago
sorry to keep at this...he owns alot of guns, rifles, 7 horses, many saddles, about 15 bronzes worth $3-5,000 each. Are things like that seizable property? Can he hide all that? Our children (35 and 30yrs old) just visited him and saw all these things.
No problem. Ask until you're satisfied.


He can try to hide it. What you may want to do is have your lawyer do a quick deposition and ask what he has and where. Have a list made out and when he doesn't list things, ask him about it to make sure he knows you know.




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Customer reply replied 7 years ago
OK, ONE MORE THING. IF HIS PROPERTY WENT INTO FORECLOSURE AFTER A JUDGEMENT, WHERE WOULD I STAND? IF THERE WAS MORE VALUE IN IT THAN HE OWED THE MORTGAGE COMPANY WOULD THAT THEN BE MINE, UP TO WHAT HE OWES?
The mortgage company would have first dibs on the money, you'd have dibs on the next part, and so on.




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Customer reply replied 7 years ago
I JUST FOUND OUT HE MAY HAVE A 401K FROM A PREVIOUS EMPLOYER BACK IN 1995. IS THAT SOMETHING THAT COULD BE GARNISHED OR CLAIMED TO COVER SETTLEMENT OF A JUDGEMENT?
Not usually. 401k and retirement plans are protected from judgments.



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