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    Judgements is offline Junior Member
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    Question Multiple judgements

    What is the name of your state? New Jersey.
    I`m currently making payments on a credit card judjement. Now a different credit card won a judgement against me . Do I have to make payments to both cards simultaniously or to whichever one won the suit first? Should i contact the lawyers for c/c #2 and tell them about the first judgement? Thank you in advance for help.
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    Q: Do I have to make payments to both cards simultaneously?

    A: Yes.
    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.
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    One doesn't take favor over the other.
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    That was quick, thank you. I was told that in N.J. all judgements are paid in the order they were won, one at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judgements View Post
    That was quick, thank you. I was told that in N.J. all judgements are paid in the order they were won, one at a time.
    You need to switch coffee shops.
    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seniorjudge View Post
    You need to switch coffee shops.
    Funny. I needed a comedic relief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judgements View Post
    Funny. I needed a comedic relief.
    Glad you can laugh about it. So, who was this expert who gave you totally inaccurate legal advice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by moburkes View Post
    Glad you can laugh about it. So, who was this expert who gave you totally inaccurate legal advice?
    The "expert" was someone on another forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judgements View Post
    The "expert" was someone on another forum.
    Ask that expert for a cite to some kind of authority: case law, statute, rule, ordinance, the back of a Cherrios box, anything.

    Then tell us what the answer is.
    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.

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