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Will a judge grant a judgement even if you are judgment proof?
59 yrs old - portfolio is suing for 10,000 + / 100 disabled since 2010 - granted in 2013 - wht will happen in crt? no property, nothing in bank - Fl homestead - co owned w husband who is 65 - wrk 10 - 12 hrs per wk only to get out of house for depression - have filed my last two yrs taxes w court as well as my monthly earnings - i will never work to a point which could be garnished again - so what will happen at motion for summary judgment hearing? I will not be in court - court has agreed that my dpoa, my hsband can appear on my behalf - i would have a panic attack and end up in hospital......

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Too many factors to consider.  The judgement can be granted but it MIGHT not be collectable, depending on the laws in your state. Suggest asking legal aid to find out,.

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NJ STATE JUDGEMENT PROOF AND VERY SICK

I AM PERMANENTLY DISABLED AND GET SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INCOME SINCE 2008 BUT BECAUSE OF MY MEDICAL BILLS AND SERIOUS ILLNESSES I HAD UNSECURED CREDIT CARD BILLS. SINCE I AM JUDGEMENT PROOF  AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED WHEN THEY FILE JUDGEMENTS AND IS THERE ANY WAY TO REMOVE THE THEM IN NEW JERSEY.

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