Legal Advice for Default Judgment — 47 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Udoka, over 1 year ago.
The Arkansas Supreme Courts decision in LVNV Funding LLC v. Rae Nardi gives consumers another line of defense against unscrupulous debt collectors abusing the court system in Arkansas.... more
Written by attorney James Huber, over 3 years ago.
File a Complaint You must file a complaint that alleges your causes of actions. Make sure to include enough facts to put the other party on notice. File the complaint along with the... more
Written by attorney J. Williams, almost 2 years ago.
To many people with large student loans, their financial future looks bleak, especially if their expensive education has not led to a good-paying job. The debt collectors for these loans... more
Written by attorney John Swimmer, over 2 years ago.
This guide discusses the basic steps to reopen a case.
Written by attorney Patrick C Burpee, almost 4 years ago.
You just learned that a default judgment was entered against you for thousands of dollars. You never even knew that a lawsuit had been filed against you. Can you do anything about it now?... more
Written by attorney Lenore Albert, over 4 years ago.
Request for Entry of Default March 07, 2010
When a defendant fails to timely properly serve an Answer to the Complaint in a lawsuit, the plaintiff is required to apply to the court... more
Written by attorney Robin Mashal, over 4 years ago.
What is a "Default" and what is a "Default Judgment"? When a plaintiff files a complaint, the plaintiff asks the clerk to issue a summons. The summons orders defendants to file a response... more
Written by attorney Michael Hassen, about 5 years ago.
Seeking a default if you are the plaintiff. Once a defendant has been properly served with the summons and complaint, the clock begins to run for the defendant to file a response to the... more
Written by attorney David Bliven, 8 months ago.
Many people don't consider the steps which need to be taken to enforce a violation of a divorce decree - and thus make mistakes in the process. Set-up the default Many settlement agreements... more
Written by attorney Edmund Montgomery, almost 3 years ago.
If the other party has been served and it has been more than 30 days you can request a default be entered against the other party and move towards a judgment.
All of the forms referred to... more
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