Legal Question in Personal Injury in California

judgment rellef

Have a judgment against me. can the

judgment creditor take my car valued

at approx. $3500, joint ownership with

my fiance? do i have an exemption? if

so, for how much?

Asked on 3/08/08, 4:55 pm

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3 Answers from Attorneys

Robert L. Bennett Law offices of Robert L. Bennett
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Re: judgment rellef

Ditto to Mr. Roth.

I have no idea.

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3/12/08, 1:07 pm
Mitchell Roth MW Roth, Professional Law Corporation
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Re: judgment rellef

This is debtor creditor law, not Personal Injuryand Tort Law. I'd reask the question to that panel.

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3/10/08, 2:36 pm
Lisa Howard Law Offices of Lisa M. Howard
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Re: judgment rellef

They probably cannot take the car especially if you need it for work.

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3/10/08, 6:55 pm

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