I have a company garnishing my check, I get a letter last week asking to contact them in which I did but didn't get no answer. Now I get a Notice of signing judgement. No court date for me to appear but to comply within 7 days in which I did have phone records to show.
Louisiana has its own unique legal procedures. I practice on Florida so don't know the details of the law in your state. your best bet is to contact your local bar association and get an attorney to assist you. Generally, when it comes to situations like this the best thing you can do is make contact with the other side. if they will not respond, your best option is an attorney.
I suggest you discuss this with a good debtor’s rights attorney in your area. She or he can discuss your options. You can find one through AVVO or your county bar association. Your state bar association website may have a “Find a Lawyer” option on their page.
Depending on the debt you still owe in this matter as well as other debts you owe altogether, you may want to consider filing a bankruptcy to eliminate this debt once and for all.
I wish you the best of luck! I hope you found this answer helpful!
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