Saint Louis, MO asked in Consumer Law and Collections for Missouri

Q: Well my next question on that is there is another hearing schedule so what could this hearing be about?

I don’t work and can’t work and showed proof to the lawyers via email like they asked so if I can’t work and they won’t serve my ex husband what happened at that point

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Ronald J. Eisenberg
Ronald J. Eisenberg
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Chesterfield, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: Without seeing the docket entry, there's no way for me to answer that question other than to guess that maybe they only got one fo the two of you served and the next hearing is on a motion to review but as to the other one of you.

Whether you do or don't have money to to pay the judgment is not relevant to whether the plaintiff may revive the judgment. Most plaintiffs want to get paid, however, and are willing to negotiate, assuming you are willing to make payments. If you are merely informing the plaintiff's lawyers that you don't presently have money, that won't make them drop the matter.

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