How long a judgement will last depends upon the state laws. And yes, even if it expires or lapses, the creditor can revive the lapsed judgements.

I am a stay at home mother and had a judgement against me. Though it's not collectible at the time, can it be revived later?

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You have not mentioned which state you're from, which makes it difficult to provide specific answers. How long a judgement will last depends upon the state laws. Creditors can even renew those once or twice (or maybe even multiple times). And yes, even if it expires or lapses, the creditor can revive the lapsed judgements. As said earlier, it all depends on what your state allows.


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