Credit Card Judgment Houston Texas is public data that comes either from the court our through the Daily Court Review that Plaintiff (Credit Card) has recently taken a judgment against you. When the judgment is abstracted or recorded then it becomes known and you receive letters from numerous law firms and others offering their help. Typically, it is not too late to stop the judgment creditor from executing on the judgment, if you act quickly. If you qualify, you may be able to use the federal bankruptcy laws to discharge the judgment and receive a fresh start. Should you choose not to file bankruptcy, the judgment is good for ten years and then it must be renewed. During this ten years, the creditor can attempt to collect against your property. If you have property subject to execution, then you may loose this property at a sheriff sale. If you have no property subject to execution, your credit rating will likely will the worst possible until you do something about the judgment. Like file bankruptcy or pay it.
We know that you are discouraged, Houston Texas Bankruptcy Attorney Eric Southward can help. Our law firm has helped many individuals and families with the same problems you are facing because of credit card judgment Houston Texas. There is no fee to talk to us by telephone or at your first personal consultation if you decide not to use our services. An attorney will meet with you to discuss the judgment and other debt problems that you may have. Our toll-free telephone number is at 1-866-912-9832. You need to learn about all of your options including information about credit, debt, bill consolidation services and federal bankruptcy law. Please call us at 1-866-912-9832 so that we can discuss your case. You can also visit our web site: www.busby-lee.com. Our attorney fees are reasonable, competitive, and court- approved. It is important that you call us soon. Our office is conveniently located near the Galleria and Highway 59 on Hillcroft between Richmond and Westheimer. Call us toll-free at 1-866-912-9832 for directions to our office.
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