The basics of a civil judgementby Alan M. Cohen LLC Debt Collection Lawyer in Boston
Whenever two private parties are involved in a legal dispute, the disputed lawsuit comes under the category of civil legal cases. On the other hand, a criminal lawsuit involves a case between government entity and a private party. You will find different types of civil lawsuits including personal injury cases, contract disputes, divorce cases, real estate legal cases, employment discrimination and more. And when the court finally decides a civil lawsuit, the decision given by the court is called civil judgement. Most of these judgements involve the payment of money from one party to another. But there are also some civil legal cases that have nothing to do with money. For example, in case of divorce cases, the judgement may award custody of a child that may have nothing to do with money.
Many parties who are involved in civil legal cases think to get a result as soon as possible. Most of the times, these cases can last a long time. So, you need o keep patience. According to legal experts who have vast experience of mechanics lien, civil legal cases and judgment, the judgement entered can appear in the public section of your credit report. It can also bring down your credit rating significantly and can remain on your report for several years.
In case you find yourself trapped in a civil legal case, you should take help of a professional attorney to help you in getting a successful outcome. They will use their expertise to help you in the best possible way.
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