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Writ of Execution in Texas – What Happens after It’s Served?

Writ of Execution in Texas – What Happens after It’s Served?

The modern court system in the State of Texas provides many protections for judgment debtors. Navigating the post-judgment collection process can be overwhelming whether the judgment is from state court, the federal district court, or out-of-state. After countless demand letters go ignored, judgment creditors often must return to even more litigation in hopes of getting

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Enforcing a Judgment Debt Against a Company

Enforcing a Judgment Debt Against a Company

The modern court system in the State of Texas provides generous protections for judgment debtors, dating back to the state’s pioneer history where it once served as a safe haven from debtors seeking to escape the harsh judgments of courts “back east.” However, the protections of exempt property, codified in the Texas Constitution, and in

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Default Judgment in Texas – Motion for Default Judgment & How to Vacate

Default Judgment in Texas – Motion for Default Judgment & How to Vacate

Lawsuits can be unexpected and overwhelming. It is not uncommon for a debtor-turned-defendant in a lawsuit, with their hectic schedule of work, family, and other obligations, to completely miss that they’ve been sued, particularly by a judgment creditor. Another piece of mail holding a citation and petition from a Texas court goes into a pile

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