Is There a Default Judgment Against You?
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If a creditor obtains a Judgment against you on default, the consequences
can be disastrous. They can include, but are not limited to, wage garnishment,
bank execution, and liens on real property. At The Woods Law Firm, LLC,
we can protect your rights during this challenging and difficult financial battle.
Contact our Hartford County debt defense firm at your earliest convenience to begin.
Reasons for Default Judgments
There may be a variety of reasons why a default Judgment has been entered
in a case. Defaults, and, ultimately default judgments, can be entered
for failing to file an appearance, failing to file a pleading, failing
to respond to discovery, or failing to appear at a court conference. Under
Connecticut law, there is generally only 120 days to open and vacate a
default judgment. If a default judgment has entered against you, contact
The Woods Law Firm, LLC, immediately for a free evaluation of your specific case.
Fighting a Default Judgment
Our firm has the ability to fight to get a default judgment vacated. We
stand with you and do not back down. Several defenses may be available
to you depending on your situation.
Motions to Open and Vacate Judgments can be filed within 120 days of Judgment,
including reasons such as:
- Lack of personal jurisdiction
- Meritorious defense
- Improper service of process
We provide personalized representation to each of our clients throughout
Connecticut who needs strong legal guidance handling a case. We can aggressively
defend your rights in court. During a
free case evaluation, we can sit down with you and develop a personalized strategy based on
the facts of your case.
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Obtain the professional help you need at your earliest convenience and
with the added benefit of a free case evaluation, flat-fee representation,
and, if necessary, customized payment plans suited to your individual
needs. We are devoted to protecting the rights of our clients and taking
the necessary actions to protect their interests, as well as to making
our services attainable for all.
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