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What can you do if something was added to a stipulation and judgment after you signed it?

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Take To Civil Court. Take This To Your County Attorney Discuss This With Him. GOOD LUCK * Judgments are not signed by the defendant/debtor unless what is being referred to is the Acknowledgement of Satisfaction Judgment. If an agreement was signed to settle or pay in full a judgment and the agreement was altered without the participation of the debtor, then the agreement is null and void. If the defendant believes an agreement has been altered he or she should seek legal counsel. Court clerks, judges, state attorneys will not assist the defendant with such a matter other than referring the person to private attorneys or legal aid organizations that accept persons who have limited financial resources.

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