At The Walker Law Firm, we understand the stress and confusion associated with having a default judgment entered against you. Maybe you never received notice of a lawsuit against you or there was another reason for not appearing in court. Whatever circumstances surround your unique situation, our experienced Orange County, California, and Riverside County, California, default judgment lawyers will help you resolve your legal concerns.
If you need representation from an Orange County attorney regarding default judgments and the issues that surround them, contact The Walker Law Firm to schedule an initial consultation.
Fighting for a Motion to Set Aside Your Default Judgment in Riverside County and Orange County, California
If you have a default judgment entered against you, there is a set amount of time in which you must act to have it removed. If you wait too long, it may become impossible to have the judgment vacated. To make matters worse, interest on the judgment will begin to accrue almost immediately.
Post-judgment relief, such as vacating a default judgment, is a very time-sensitive and serious matter. Do not hesitate to consult with an experienced attorney who has helped clients in these types of situations before.
What Are the Possible Consequences of a Default Judgment?
Sitting on a default judgment is never a good idea. If you have had a default judgment entered against you for any reason, the consequences you could face include:
- Your wages could be garnished
- Your car could be towed
- You bank accounts may be levied
- Liens could be placed on your property, including your home
- Your credit report will take a hit
- You may be unable to sell your assets
At The Walker Law Firm, we know how to help you prevent these negative consequences from occurring. You must act quickly to ensure that further damage is not incurred.
Contact Us Regarding Your Default Judgments
Contact an Orange County attorney for default judgment guidance and advocacy. We will analyze your unique circumstance and help you to develop a plan that could result in the vacating of the judgment.