I received a judgement notice. Do I have any options?

Collection Stopper Video FAQ

The business plan of most debt collectors is that they will sue you for any debt and hope that you don't answer so they can get a default followed by a default judgement against  you. So, whether you owe the debt is irrelevant at that point. Take care. The first that you do when you're being sued is answer the complaint. Find out if your truly owe the debt. If you don't do anything, something will be done that you may regret later on down the road.

Free Case Evaluation

Fill out our online form
Brian is a trustworthy and honest attorney who will only take your case if you actually have a case. I would recommend him to anyone who needs help with a creditor, debt collector, identity theft, mortgage help." Read More
– From AVVO.com, Debt Collection Client

Victory on Attorney Fees

Victory Against the City of Detroit