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Jack29
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Vacating a Judgement

Hi Evreyone,

 

I went to court to vacate a judgement. got a court date July 2012, the plaintiff and I arrived. The judge asked me to pay 60%, we agreed, and the judge signed that the motion is vacated and wrote that after payment the plaintiff should send me a "stipulation of discontiuance" within 30 days of payment. I sent a payment the same day of the verdict, and never heard from the lawyer again and the judgement is NOT removed.

 

I would REALLY appreciate your help and guidence.

 

Thank you very much!

 

 

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Josh33
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Registered: ‎11-19-2012
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Re: Vacating a Judgement

Can anyone please help?

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sharpie
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Re: Vacating a Judgement

I would think contacting the lawyer might be a good place to start.  Just send him a copy of the payment, the court documents, and remind him to follow through. 

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Josh33
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Re: Vacating a Judgement

The lawyer is trying to play games...

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webhopper
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Re: Vacating a Judgement

If the judge signed the motion to vacate then all you need is a copy of the official court papers and send them in to the bureau as a dispute saying that the judgment is vacated and should be deleted from your credit report.

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Josh33
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Re: Vacating a Judgement

We did that, but no luck :-(

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Re: Vacating a Judgement

Hmm ok; try my letter posted in this thread... it worked... http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Rebuilding-Your-Credit/No-More-Public-Records-OMG/m-p/1690222/highli...

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Re: Vacating a Judgement

For yours... instead of having the word dismissed in big red font; use the word Vacated.

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Josh33
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Re: Vacating a Judgement

Thanks Webhopper!

 

Where do I sent these letters to?


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