How Bankruptcy May Help You Deal With A Lawsuit, Part 2: Judgment Entered

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Did you wake up one day to find out that a judgment had been entered against you? Maybe you don't remember receiving notice of the lawsuit? Maybe you didn't know the name of the party suing you. Maybe you thought it wasn't one of your debts. But now you have a problem. A creditor holds a judgment against you for a large sum of money, perhaps thousands of dollars, perhaps tens of thousands of dollars.  

Denvil Crowe has the knowledge and experience to assist anyone who may need to consider filing a bankruptcy case, whether a Chapter 7 or 13. Please schedule a consultation today at our conveniently located office in Tupelo at 346 N. Green Street. At this consultation, we think you'll feel like you're visiting an old friend for advice and immediately feel like there are definite solutions to your financial problems. When you leave the office of Denvil Crowe, we think you'll have a sense of relief and feel much better, relieved of the stress that first brought you to see us in the first place. Let a qualified and caring professional help solve your financial problems. Let a qualified and caring professional help alleviate burdensome stress.

A creditor with a judgment will try to collect the amount of the judgment as soon as possible. It may execute on this judgment in a variety of ways, including the placement of a lien against your home or other real property, or garnishment of wages or a bank account. Denvil Crowe has helped many Mississippi residents who are subject to the claims of judgment creditors stop these creditors cold through a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy case. However, it makes good sense to file your bankruptcy case before the creditor acts on the judgment. A knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney will file a notice of the filing of your bankruptcy case in the civil matter. 

Maybe you just need some basic information about bankruptcy. If so, Denvil Crowe's office is readily available to help you find the answers to all of your debt solution questions and problems. Thoughtful, caring, and informative, we can help you decide what is best for you financially and whether bankruptcy is your best option. Call 800-429-HELP (4357), email us at or check us out online today.


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