Yes, a lender can pursue a deficiency judgment (collect the difference between the loan amount and the sale price in foreclosure) in Colorado provided that certain conditions are met (if you received notice from a court, then the requirements are met). If the deficiency amount is substantial or...Read more »
My Husband went in for a medical procedure which we did not end up doing as the doctor refused. The office refunded our money. They sent us a bill and we talked to them about it and they said we owed nothing but now we have a summons for the court to enter a judgement. We do not feel that we... Read more »
I would recommend that you contact a general practice attorney. Any attorney can handle this type of work, but some specialists may not because they limit the scope of law they cover. Lastly, you can file a reply pro se (w/o a lawyer) and have an attorney appear after the filing (do not wait for...Read more »
I' handling a similar matter like this today. There is not a clear rule on this matter and it partly depends on your insurance. As a general rule, your insurance carrier requires the ambulance company (like all medical billers) to follow certain procedures. If the biller (the ambulance...Read more »
Tenants rented property from us while they lived here in Colorado Springs. They moved out before the lease was up and left owing two months back rent. There was substantial damage to the property. We filed a money demand in Colorado Springs, El Paso County Court, and we were awarded a judgment... Read more »
Depending what type of judgment you have, you may need to seek a deficiency judgment in CO and than seek enforcement in VA or if you already have the deficiency judgment, you can directly seek enforcement in VA. You may want to contact a lawyer for help (the lawyer can be in either VA or CO).
Yes, he could, unless Colorado has a specific prohibition against suing on time-barred debts. You would answer and raie a defense. Also, suing you or threatening to sue you on a time barred debt violates the FDCPA. Talk to a knowledgeable consumer lawyer in your area about your rights.
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