Foreclosure Debt In Another State

by Bruce
(Virginia )

At time we lived in sc and loss of a job and filed for foreclousre. We recently moved in with a relative in another state. Since sc can't garnish your wages for this can the state we are now living in garnish our wages.

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Oct 31, 2015
Foreign judgment
by: DebtCollectionAnswers.com

It's hard to say because you didn't mention where you live now. But in order to enforce the judgment in your current state, they will likely have to file a foreign judgment in your state, and you should be notified when that happens. Keep a close eye on your credit reports. And if you can't afford to pay the judgment in a reasonable period of time, don't ignore it or hope it will go away. Talk with a bankruptcy attorney to see whether you can wipe out the judgment if you file and if it makes sense to do that. Read: How to get debt collection legal help for FREE or at little cost.

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