If I have a judgment on a credit card, can I still pursue with applying through Liberty to be debt free from that card?

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Yes. It will cost extra, a few hundred dollars, because you will have to sue them under the direct 1-on-1 guidance of one of our lawyers. The Liberty system by itself is just a letter writing campaign. That is sufficient to get pre-judgment debts cancelled, but it is not sufficient to reverse a judgment. To reverse a judgment, you will have to sue them.

Further, most Bar-licensed attorneys are wimps when it comes to going against the banks. They’re afraid of losing their licenses. And they’re mostly ignorant about the secrets of money and the Federal Reserve. So it would be hard for you to find an attorney to represent you, who would understand the content of the Liberty system and make it the centerpiece of the lawsuit.

If you are prepared to go Pro Se (representing yourself), or In Propria Persona (as yourself), and feel that you have the determination and the courage, then you could purchase the Liberty system, and we will introduce you to one of our non-Bar lawyers. He will provide personal consultation to you and will create the documents for you to file into the court case. You would follow the specific steps that he provides, and you would make the arguments in the customized documents he gives you the centerpiece of your lawsuit. The allegations in the Liberty system are undefeated and undefeatable by the pretender lender institutions.

Our lawyers have a 100% undefeated success rate in winning all of these cases, where the client fully cooperated and did not give up. He will show you how to absolutely force your opponents to answer what is in the Liberty documents. Otherwise they will weasel out of it and avoid having to answer, claiming they’re not required to answer. You have to force them to answer to The Truth. Our lawyer would provide the documents to file and the words to say, and what words NOT to say, to guide you to this victory.

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