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After receiving a summons from a credit card issuer to which he owed ,000, “I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m being sued,’” says Golde, who wrote about getting out of debt in the book, “The Do-It-Yourself Bailout.” Before the case could go further, Golde spoke to the creditor.
Most creditors would rather settle a case without the hassle of going to court.Once you’re served, you have a set amount of time – typically 20 to 30 days – to prepare and file a response.A failure to prepare and file a response is arguably the worst thing you can do because the creditor automatically wins a default judgment against you and, in some states, can garnish your wages or bank account.If you’ve been sued, contact the creditor immediately to see if there is anything that can be done to stop the lawsuit from moving forward, says Cristy Cash, director of counseling at Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of Central Oklahoma.That strategy worked for Kenny Golde, a filmmaker who was producing a movie when his business partner died suddenly in 2007, leaving him in debt.