Hello. Several years ago my fiance took out a title loan on a '96 Jeep, paid it off, & got back the title. Later, he went to another title loan company, took out a loan, and opted to let the company take possession of the vehicle because he could not fix it well enough to pass inspection. That company gave him a letter his debt was "Paid in Full." Last year, the original title loan agency sent him a summons. He went to court, and discussed with the agency's attorney it must have been a mistake because he had paperwork proving it was paid. The attorney said he would get a continuance, and told my fiance to come back at "x- date and time." When he did, he was told his court date had already passed and a judgement was made against him. He decided to let it go figuring it couldn't be enough money to pursue. His wages began being garnished, and he saw today the attorney got $6,700 for the '96 Jeep, plus 99% interest, and each week he is owing more than the original judgment. Can he sue the attorney to get this reduced!