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  • Can I Get a Judgement Vacated Without Going Through The Court Process?
    Can I Get a Judgement Vacated Without Going Through The Court Process?

    One way of vacating a judgement without actually going through the court process is by contacting the law firms directly and negotiating with them to vacate the judgement. Oftentimes consumers or ...

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  • What Are The Differences Between Money And Other Judgements?
    What Are The Differences Between Money And Other Judgements?

    The only real difference between money judgements and other judgements is that the former applies to situations in which the plaintiff can actually enforce that judgement and obtain money from the ...

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  • How Can Someone Vacate A Judgement?
    How Can Someone Vacate A Judgement?

    There are a few different ways that New York State allows a person to vacate judgements and reopen cases. There are also some practical ways that it can be done outside of the law through negotiation. ...

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  • What Actually Is Money Judgement?
    What Actually Is Money Judgement?

    The term ‘money judgement’ may sound confusing, but it is simply used to mean that a judgement has been entered against the losing side of a credit card debt, student loan debt or business debt case. ...

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  • What Is Debt Defense? What Role Does An Attorney Play In It?
    What Is Debt Defense? What Role Does An Attorney Play In It?

    Debt defense defines a broad range of different types of cases. While it primarily involves credit card lawsuits against consumers and businesses, it can involve any type of debt related lawsuit filed ...

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  • Wells Fargo Private Student Loan Debt Settled
    Wells Fargo Private Student Loan Debt Settled

    We were retained by a client about a year ago with a Wells Fargo private student loan with a balance of just over $100,000. The client had just defaulted on the loan which means that there was no ...

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