There's a new credit card judgement for $10,000 on my sister's credit report. She doesn't work. 1.So, the judgement owner can't garnish her wages now, but can they if she gets a job? 2.How would they know she got a job? 3.Can they get into her bank accounts and with draw money? 4.If she marries can the new husband be made legally responsible to pay the judgement? 5.If she just wants to bankrupt this judgement, will it go away for ever?
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