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    Filed for a judgement?

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    A decision was issued by the director of the dlse in my favor. I was told we had to wait 45 days plus 5 for mail then we could file for a judgement with the court. Any idea how long this process takes and am I really any closer to getting any money? The papers were filed on 10/29/07 and my lawyer said he couldn't attempt to collect untill then. Thanks for everyones time and help its greatly appreciated! J.S.

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    Barry S. Phillips, CPA
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