We were ordered a judgment of $15,000 against a contractor due to multiple areas we had to get re-done on a residence. He refuses to pay anything, his attorney no longer represents him, and he refuses to accept a registered letter from us to set up payment schedule. What can we do? We live in Tennessee.
1 Answer from Attorneys
It is probably necessary to utilize the legal sysem to execute against the assets o the individual or company you have the judgment against. Otrn, it is necessary o utilize the services of an attorney. If we can be of service please let us know.
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