Rewind: How to Reverse a Judgment by Midland Funding

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Unfortunately by the time I meet with many clients they already have a judgment against them by one of the debt buyers like Midland Funding.  Wages are being garnished or bank accounts attacked.  In this episode I answer two questions that were submitted by readers/listeners on how you can reverse a judgment that you didn’t know anything about and what can be done about a judgment entered against a married couple when the debt was only the husband’s prior to marriage.

Week in Review

In this week’s Week in Review segment I discuss how sometimes half the battle is just showing up.  I had an interesting experience at a Midland Funding trial where I showed up, Midland’s attorney showed up, and the judge was there and the judge dismissed the case because Midland’s attorney didn’t bring a court reporter.  I have no idea why they would need to bring a court reporter because typically in Arizona courts the proceedings are audio recorded, but this day the judge wanted a court reporter.  And because they didn’t have one, the court would not allow them to continue.

Persistence pays off, and sometimes, just showing up will carry the day!

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Published In: General Business Updates, Family Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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