the Judgment Can Be Renewed. You Should Pay On It.
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Under Texas law a judgment is good for ten years. It can be renewed for another ten year period. Depending on the amount of the judgment, your other debts, and what kind of assets you have, it may be worth your time to consult with a bankruptcy attorney. Most offices, including mine, offer free initial consultations. Hope this helps and best of luck!
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