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  1. MANY thanks to HotWheels96 and Shellieh98!! Please forgive my delay in responding. I have been tied up dealing with health issues. WOW! You really make me feel SO much better! I was feeling so very out of sorts. It's great to know I've got you guys in my corner. Thanks, again so very much. I spoke to the the court clerk, who said the the Discovery date was until 2/4/14. I responded long before that date, in my request for Discovery. I can't imagine what other things were not "in compliance with NJ Court rules" as Plaintiff alleges. Quite certainly, it is probably the Plaintiff is not
  2. Thanks, HotWheels96. I appreciate your input. I am now totally discouraged and not sure what to do. Just want to give up. Seems like there is no viable answer for me. Thanks, anyway.
  3. Thanks So much Public Enemy, Yes, don't have much time. How would I go about getting an extension? I'm sure I would have to have a good enough reason for the judge. I still wish I knew why Plaintiff said I was not in compliance with Discovery Rules in NJ Court. As I said before, the only thing I can think of is that I may have missed the deadline, but, I'd like to know for sure what deadlines are. Does anyone know if there is a certain time limit as to when you are able to request Admissions and Discovery? I can't seem to find this info anywhere. Getting Admissions and documents from Pla
  4. Thanks, for your help Shellieh98. Asset Acceptance is the Plaintiff, who is now being represented by Midland. Previously, they were being represented by a law firm. Funny thing is that the same lawyer works for both! It's confusing to me. I appreciate your suggestion about Midland's Forgiveness and Hardship Guidelines. Will see how that goes. Thanks, again for the helpful information.
  5. Thanks so much Hotwheels 96. Here's the info requested: 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? Asset Acceptance, LLC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Fulton, Friedman & Gullace & Midland 3. How much are you being sued for? $2500 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) GEMB 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Received Complaint. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) Served by mail. 7. Was the service legal as required by
  6. Hi there, I am new here, but, know from reading the posts on this forum, that I am in the right place to get the help I need. I am so very impressed by the extensive knowledge of the members on legal issues. After many sleepless nights, you have given me hope that I can get through this situation. Here's my issue: I am being sued by a JDB (Asset Acceptance & Midland) in the NJ Special Civil Part Court, with trial date a week and a half away. First, I made sure to answer the complaint by the Court's deadline. Then, I received and answered interrogatories. I then sent Request for Admissi