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how do I sue a lawyer for malpractice who placed a j judgment against my property .

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 13th, 2017 on Legal Malpractice - New York
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The attorney did not follow all procedures in his judgement against me. He filed my name and an address for my son without doing any follow ups for this address
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Answered on Mar 14th, 2017 at 6:08 AM

Malpractice is a claim that a client has against their own attorney for bad work done for them.  This lawyer is an adversary.  You can make a motion to have the judgment vacated or modified if there is a basis to do so.

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