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Hi, I was the owner of an single member LLC that went out of business. A debtor (advertising company ) sued for balance owed and for breaking the contract. I never signed personally for this contract but the plaintiffs attorney named the LLC and myself on the complaint. They eventually got a default judgement for both the LLC and myself. Do I have grounds to have this motioned to vacate? This collection company is now trying to collect on this judgement. Any advise would help. Or even a sample motion to vacate would help.
While out of work we got behind on our HOA assessments. The HOA Board (our neighbors) decided to file suit against us 4 months after a payment had been made when all that was owed were the 2013 assessments and a few late fees. The excessive collection fees, attorneys fees and late fees added up quickly. So we added fees (about $3000) into a Chapter 13 that was really filed just to get our mortgage lender to modified our loan. That strategy worked and this past August our mortgage lender modified our loan so we ended the chapter 13. At that time we also began trying to negotiate with o
Yes, you read the subject line, and its true...read on: First of all, you should all know that one of the Forum members has been helping me throughout this case, much kudos goes to him! Some of the below are excerpts from messages I have sent him. All of this actually started back last January, but no suit was filed by Midland until June. So far I have weathered their MSJ (denied!!!), the prelim trial, and the trial itself. The trial date was December 3rd at 2PM, I of course arrived early and went into the courtroom at 1:55. There were some criminal cases still ongoing, and those did not