Q: hello my license is suspended for the unsatisfied judgement act I was wondering Wat I could do to help me straighten out
I was never served papers and never had my day in court I went to re-new my license and was told about the unsatisfied judgment law
A: Meet with an attorney. Be prepared to compensate them for the time it will take for them to research your case and advise you.
A: Go to the court to get the record on the judgment. Go to the DMV to get the records of your suspension. Take them to an attorney who handles suspensions. They should be able to outline your options. Unclear if bankruptcy is--you'll want to ask whover you consult about that.
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