A consumer might be in a good position to successfully obtain a default judgment where the default judgment was obtained by a debt buyer and not your original creditor.
Bringing a motion to set aside a default judgment obtained by a debt buyer and not your original creditor
Bringing a motion before a court to have a default judgment set aside
It your creditor has obtained a default judgment against you then you might be in a position to successfully bring a motion to have your creditor's default judgment set aside.
A judge hearing a motion to set aside a default judgment will consider several factors and not all motions to set aside a default judgment are successful.
Setting aside a default judgment
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Hiring our law firm to bring a motion to set aside a default judgment on your behalf
If your creditor has obtained a default judgment against you then you might want to speak to Mark Silverthorn about the possibility of bringing a motion to set aside that default judgment.
You might find yourself in a position where your creditor has sued you and obtained a default judgment against you because you did not serve and file a suitable defence before the deadline.
Furthermore you creditor might have taken steps to enforce its judgment:
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