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Judgment Liens and Homestead Properties

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COURT RULES THAT JUDGMENTS DO NOT ATTACH AS LIENS TO HOMESTEAD PROPERTIES

Most civil cases never reach the trial stage.  Instead, they are settled before trial.  However, in those smaller percentage of cases that proceed all the way to trial, the Court will award to the prevailing party a judgment.  These judgments are typically recorded with the local county recorder’s office so that the judgment can attach as a “judgment-lien” on any non-exempt property owned by the debtor. Read More