wimf77

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  1. Update: So far I have been contacting law practices with no luck. I have been either referred to another practice, turned down flat, or not had any correspondence (phone and email) returned. I make too much for the state's legal services. At this point I am seriously considering bankruptcy....
  2. Hi BV80, That is what I was told at the circuit court by one of their clerks. I went directly to the court house that I saw notarized the writ of garnishment and asked for all documents to be copied for me.
  3. No, I lived alone at the residence. I have gotten a sworn affidavit from the landlord. I have researched on my own and called the specific court house. There seems to be nothing that I can do on my own (motion to vacate or form to object to the default judgment) without an attorney. But no attorney will take the case. The case I read before where the process servers were penalized monetarily was because the judge ruled that they swore that they served people who were actually dead or incarcerated. But wait, it gets more interesting. The judgment was overturned because it was found that they
  4. Hi Clydesmom, I actually checked that already and Mississippi is not one of the states who allow that practice. Also on the affidavit that the processor filled out to get paid he completed a section stating that he delivered it to "person", I can only presume that this means to me personally since there is another section or option to say that the summons was left with someone else at the residence. I just found an article regarding 3 process servers in Mississippi who were found guilty of such practices from 2012 so I am a little hopeful. But of course it was in another jurisdiction than mi
  5. Thank you so much for the information. I am reading each case now. And I am continuing to look for an attorney who may be willing to help me locally. It seems most of them do bankruptcy work and are quick to point me that direction. The most recent response being, "The chances are slim to none that a Judge will set aside an Order entered 7 years ago. The only recourse you presently have is to file bankruptcy to stop the garnishment UNLESS you contact the attorney for the credit card company and enter into a payment agreement. You maybe able to pay the company directly instead of having them
  6. I would like to post regarding my situation. I would appreciate any advice that can be given. I have recently been told that I have a garnishment that will begin in about a month from now. I was taken aback because I have been attending to my credit reports for the past couple of years very closely. I have fair to good credit scores and I never saw anything pertaining to bad debt. I began searching for what the issue was. I went to the court house where this originated. In the whole process I have found: A credit card was charged off in 2006The "placement manager" for the credit card company
  7. I would like to post regarding my situation. I would appreciate any advice that can be given. I have recently been told that I have a garnishment that will begin in about a month from now. I was taken aback because I have been attending to my credit reports for the past couple of years very closely. I have fair to good credit scores and I never saw anything pertaining to bad debt. I began searching for what the issue was. I went to the court house where this originated. In the whole process I have found: A credit card was charged off in 2006The "placement manager" for the credit card company