33126 is a FL Miami zip code so I figure that's yours. go to USPS calculate a rate and get rate for first class mail and enter their zip code and june 2 evening for shipping date and 33126. See how many days they calculate for shipping.
Print out this article it states mail will take 5 days and still be considered on time. That the plaintiff should have known the letter would reach you late. They should have emailed you copy on the 13th.
@Bulldoger That would be great but it's a big firm so I doubt I'd get that lucky, it's been a different attorney at each hearing so far.
There's no tracking number on their letter, it was just regular mail, I asked at the post office but they said there's no way to track it, they can't even tell when it was received at the post office but I didn't think to bring the envelope with me so maybe I'll do that on Tuesday just to double check.
Wouldn't it be ironic, If the lawyer went on extended memorial day holiday Friday-Thursday and came back on late June 2 only to find out that hearing was not cancelled and they were no show and your MTC was granted.
P.S. did letter have a tracking number? were you able to get tracking information?
@BulldogerI did, I e-filed because that way I could ask the court to email it to the plaintiff plus I mailed them a copy just in case. Fingers crossed that this will work and the 6/2 hearing will be held. Thank you again for all your help!