11-17-2012 05:00 PM
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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