Your Rights and Default Judgments

Fighting a Default Judgment?

Whether you knew it was coming or it took you by surprise, a legal default judgment can ravage your finances and your credit. Perhaps your wages are being garnished or your bank account is frozen. Maybe you took a look at your credit report and saw that your FICO score is in the gutter. It could be that you were flat-out denied when you went to apply for a loan, to lease an apartment, or to interview for a job. However you learned about it, a judgment by default can have a devastating impact on your life.

Have you been the victim of illegal student loan debt collection?

Follow these links to learn more about legal default judgments:

What is a Default Judgment? – Debt collection agencies routinely sue consumers in court. If the consumer doesn’t show up to defend himself or herself, the judge rules in favor of the debt collection agency “by default.” Learn more about default judgments.

What Happens After a Summary Judgment? – Learn more about the implications and aftermath of a summary judgment.

Can You Vacate a Judgment? – If you have a default judgment entered against you, you may be able to have the judgment vacated. Learn whether or not you have standing in order to file to vacate a judgment.

If you or someone you know is having problems with a default judgment, complete our online form or call 475-277-2200. Lemberg Law’s legal team will evaluate your case at no cost to you, and will help you get the justice you deserve.

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