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  • What does judgement in credit card suit mean in Texas Texas

    I have 2 credit cards I can't pay. I have tried to negotiate with the companies and they are not very willing to be reasonable. If I had 10k or 500 a month then I wouldn't be in default on the cards in the first place. So one company has filed suit to sue me and says that they are going to get a judgement. What does that mean in Texas. I own my home and am self employed. Would like to pay but can't get the 2 companies to be reasonable. Would get an attorney if they were free, but can't afford them.
    Thank you in advance for any information.

  • Betty3
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    Originally posted by cyberleegroup View Post
    So one company has filed suit to sue me and says that they are going to get a judgement. What does that mean in Texas.
    If they get a judgment against you, they can seize all non-exempt assets that your state allows in order to collect on the debt.
    (Just to answer that question)

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  • FrustratedHomeOwnerInPA
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    Can you possibly transfer the existing balances to a new credit card in the hopes of buying some time, or is that not an option? Are the credit cards for your personal or business use? How long has it been since a payment was last made on the cards?

    Perhaps you could do some research on SOL (statute of limitations) for your state or speak with a legal aid office in your area? Try Googling Legal Aid (for your area) and see what you can find. There may be someone who can help you.

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