Louisiana  |  Credit and Debt Law

Legal Question

Asked on: 2/17/10, 1:54 pm

I live in Louisiana and several months ago defaulted 60 days on an account with a credit union. I have since caught up payments and remained current for over 6 months. Recently I received a judgement filing from and attorney on this account and then received a garnishment notice. How can they do this when the credit union has been accepting payments and I have remained current on my accounts? I have tried contacting the attorney that filed the judgement but they will not return my calls. Please help

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