Default Judgment: Should I Just Accept It?

by Gregory Mark Fitzgerald on Feb. 07, 2019

Bankruptcy & Debt Credit & Debt Bankruptcy & Debt  Collection Bankruptcy & Debt  Bankruptcy 

Summary: While you may be tempted to put off dealing with debt issues until the last minute, a quick response is the best route towards a solution. The settlement, or even defense, of a collection lawsuit might be easier than you think.

"Without any response [to a collections lawsuit] or presence in court by you or an attorney representing your best interests, you make yourself extremely vulnerable. A default judgment could be granted against you quickly, leaving you open to wage garnishment, property seizure, and bank levies."

Read the entire article on the official Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC blog.

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