RedFlag, Allegation and/or Complaint against Amy Britton
Disclosure #1 for Amy Britton
- Event Date: 4/16/2021
- Disclosure Type: Judgment / Lien
- Judgment/Lien Amount: $7,755.00
- Judgment/Lien Type: Civil
- Broker Comment: My husband and I had some outstanding medical bills that were under a payment plan as agreed to in our mediation agreement. My husband and I are separated and he was the person responsible for making the required payment each month.. It appears he failed to make the payments and a judgment was entered. I am just learning of this judgment now.
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