garnishment


How to Reverse a Default Judgment, Part III – Alabama Consumer Credit Attorney Judson E. Crump

How to Get the Court to Undo a Default Judgment for Fraud on the Court. If you were served with the lawsuit, there is still one other way to get a default judgment vacated: fraud on the Court.  This is not very common, and it is not easy, either.  But […]


Reversing a $7,000 Bank Account Garnishment – Alabama Consumer Rights Lawyer Judson E. Crump

Midland Funding Garnished Over $7,000 from my Client’s Checking Account.  Here is how we fixed it. Mr. Carter had a few unpaid accounts he wanted help resolving, so he went to a local credit repair organization.  They attempted to negotiate with some of his creditors on his behalf, including Midland Funding, who […]


Can you Keep your House if you file bankruptcy? – Alabama Bankruptcy Lawyer Judson E Crump

Can you keep your house if you file bankruptcy in Alabama? Sometimes.  Yes, that’s a disappointingly lawyerish answer and I hate that for you.  I really do.  Because i love straight answers as much as anyone else, and if you’re considering filing bankruptcy then things are probably not great in your […]


What is Garnishment? Part 2 of “Dealing with Default Judgments” – Alabama Collection Defense Lawyer Judson E. Crump 1

What is a garnishment? Let’s start with the judgment – because for everything except student loans and taxes, no* garnishment can happen without first obtaining a judgment.  At least, not in Alabama.  If you get sued and lose, or don’t bother to answer, then the person who sues you gets […]


The Shock of Garnishment: Part 1 of “Dealing with Default Judgments” – Alabama Collection Defense Attorney Judson E. Crump

It’s Friday.  You get off work at a way earlier-than-it-feels like 4:27 PM.  And thank God.  Really.  TGIF means much, much more to you than it does to those 20-year olds without kids or real responsibilities, those who, when they say “TGIF,” mean “Yay, I can now go out drinking with my girlfriends!” […]


$19,000 Default Judgment Vacated – Alabama Collection Defense Attorney Judson E. Crump 3

If you are not served with the Summons and Complaint in a collection lawsuit, then a default judgment entered against you in that lawsuit is void.  That was the point I made to the Mobile County Circuit Court at a hearing on my Motion for Relief from a default judgment […]