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Paralegal Case Studies

Setting aside a Judgment and Garnishment

Allen Perlman - Published on 4/9/2020 06:00

Without having served with a court claim properly, a credit card company obtained a judgment against Melissa (not her real name) in the amount of $8,666.69 pursuant to a Plaintiff’s Claim that it had issued in the Milton small Claims Court.  Melissa only found out about the judgment when her employer deducted money from her pay pursuant to a wage garnishment that the employer had received from the creditor.

You Just Found out That There Is a Judgment Registered Against You

Allen Perlman - Published on 12/19/2019 14:21

What can be done ?

Before having retained me, ABC Company had been sued by another company which had obtained a default judgment against ABC.  That company then issued a garnishment against ABC’s bank account.  The bank removed $9,900.00 from ABC’s bank account and sent it to the court in compliance with the garnishment order.  ABC then called me.

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