Equable Ascent Financial (EAF) Judgment?
Equable Ascent Financial (EAF) can stop the purchase or sale of a home, freeze your bank account, or go after any other unprotected assets in Texas. We can help you settle or otherwise resolve your issues with Equable Ascent Financial (EAF).
Cost to Settle with Equable Ascent Financial (EAF)
- 3 Month Payment Plan Allowed
$2K - $5K
- 4 Month Payment Plan Allowed
$5K to $8K
- 5 Month Payment Plan Allowed
$8K to $11K
- 6 Month Payment Plan Allowed
$11K to $20K
- 8 Month Payment Plan Allowed
- Payment Plan Allowed
Texas Partial Release
If you are selling your homestead and purchasing another homestead inside the State of Texas then you may not have to pay Equable Ascent Financial (EAF) to sell your home. You can apply for a Texas Partial Release of Judgment Lien under Section 52.0012 of the Texas property code. There are strict noticing guidelines to make sure the partial release of judgment lien is valid. You could have to notice over 4 different locations and entities via certified mail, return receipt requested.
We offer a free consultation and affordable fees to assist you in obtaining a partial release of judgment lien in Texas.
- Per Partial Release Packet
Bill of Review / Vacate Judgment
There are many reasons that you may want to try to vacate a judgment in Texas. One of the main reasons is that our client did not get served with the original lawsuit. In Texas, you can file a lawsuit against Equable Ascent Financial (EAF) within four (4) years of the signing of the judgment against you. You are asking a judge to “vacate” the the original judgment against you.
We are experienced in Bill of Review and Vacate Judgment lawsuits that can often yield good results for our clients.
- $500 per month during litigation