My question involves business law in the state of: Florida
My company stopped doing business about a year and a half ago, but is still listed as an active company with the state. There are really no assets and very little money, if any. A client won a default judgement against the company within the few several months against the corporation. I was not personally named anywhere in the paperwork or judgement, only the corporation. A defense response was requested from the state, but since the company lost and did not have any defenses, nothing was sent. The summons said that a default judgement would be rendered if noe response was given. I still have not received any additional paperwork from the state indicating that the judgement was default, probably because the full 20 days are not up.
The company has no money to pay out for the judgement and I barely have enough to support myself now. What are the chances or probability that the person can try to come after me personally or "break the corporate veil"? How long does it normally take before the trying to collect comes about and what all is involved with it? Does the company or I have any chance of not paying?