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Hi! again you answered the defualt final judgement about my

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Hi! again you answered the defualt final judgement about my 401k and my home....can the court seize my bank account ie any money I may have saved or my checking account and do I have to answer the fact information sheet due in 45 days.

Welcome! My goal is to do my very best to understand your situation and to provide a full and complete answer for you.

Those funds are at risk unless they came from retirement income or assets. With respect to those, you might want to consider pre-paying expenses, paying down your mortgage on your house, if you have a mortgage, buying pre-paid gift cards for meals, stores, etc. rather then leaving the money in those accounts.

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.

I think we are getting close to the answer I'm looking for concerning default final judgement....I'm so glad I found this site it is very helpful.

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