My judgement is for $3305 , the notarized copy says that includes court fees. So far I've paid in $3792 and the court is saying I still owe hundreds more to total $4305. The attorney has only received around $2900. There's $827 not sent to the attorney and the court office and attorney now refuse to speak to me. I've received a print out of everything paid plus fees and it doesn't add up. The court won't let me speak to anyone other than the woman who enters payments and the lady at attorney office told me they refuse to speak to me to talk to the court. Who do I contact about this?
Well, it sounds like you haven't spoken with the woman at he court who enters the payments. Call her and find out what she says. it sounds like the attorney for the judgment creditor can't help you because they only received the $2900. Also, judgments accrue interested an thus you might have owed more hhan $3305 to start with depending on how long it was before you started paying. A judgment accruing interested at 10% can double in 10 years.
If available, perhaps a motion to deem the judgment satisfied can bring the matter to the attention of the judge for a decision on whether you owe more or not.
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Speak with an attorney about filing a Motion for Accounting (or a similar motion in your state). 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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