Judgment Dispute and Settlements
If you have been sued in Texas and you lost your case or failed to respond or appear, it is likely that a judgment was entered against you. A judgment is a piece of paper signed by a Judge that states you owe a creditor a certain amount of money plus interest.
What can a creditor do with a judgment? The following is a list of some of the potential mechanisms a judgment creditor can utilize to recover their money from you under Texas and federal law:
- Garnish/ Freeze/ Take the money in your bank account
- Seize and sell your non-exempt property to pay off the judgment
- Attach a lien to your real estate and/or cloud the title on your homestead property
How Can We Help?
We can review your case and determine how to pursue the best possible outcome for you. We can fight for you in court when necessary to have your judgment overturned. We also attempt to negotiate with creditors to reduce or eliminate your debt.
- File a Bill of Review to vacate the judgment
- Negotiate with your creditors to settle for a reduced amount
- Assist with obtaining a partial for full lien release
As a judgment defense attorney, Wiley Legal, PLLC has the experience and knowledge to guide you through the process. We can provide effective representation that can secure your financial future and protect your rights immediately.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
We offer an initial phone consultation absolutely free. This will help you with understanding the legal process and provide information so you can make an educated decision on how to move forward. Call 281-891-3750.