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About jprimmar

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  1. I did have an attorney, but he was in California and it was real tough dealing long distance, but he did what he could for me. I had to borrow money from my parents to pay for it. The last contact I had with him was an email saying he would talk to my ex's lawyer about his intentions with the CC card, and then I never heard anything more after I got the judgement papers. I just checked and there is no NACA lawyer in my area - I don't live near a major city , so I will see if I can find a consumer lawyer. I guess at this point I'm considering bankruptcy, since my credit has already been decimat
  2. I wasn't sure whether to post this here or in the Legal forum...Here is my situation: My ex filed for divorce in 2008. We drew up a settlement agreement, part of the deal of which was for him to pay a Capital 1 card that was in my name. (I was a stay at home mom most of the time when married, and this card was obtained based on mostly his income. We had the card for at least 5 years before the divorce) I lived in California at the time, but moved to New York to stay with my parents and get on my feet (I live in NY now). After I left, he held up our divorce and disputed the settlement agreement