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I know I owe the money, but I can`t pay it all at one time. What can I do?

You can contact the plaintiff and sign a form called a "Stipulation", which will indicate how much principal you owe plus court costs and what your weekly/monthly payments would be and when. Most collection agencies have this form in their office and will fill it out while you are there. Both you and the plaintiff must sign the stipulation. Afterward, the plaintiff may bring the stipulation to the Court for the judge to sign. As long as you adhere to the terms of the stipulation, the plaintiff will not attempt to collect on the full amount of the judgment. If you do not adhere to the terms of the stipulation, the plaintiff may do whatever is necessary to collect on the full amount of the judgment.