BadWolf

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  1. @BV80 @Anon Amos There are a few things I might like tweaked and asked the Plaintiff's lawyer about so we'll see. But it does seem like a decent deal overall. I just like to read and reread to make sure I know what I'm getting into. For some reason, I'm being more cautious this time around ; ) And BV80, I didn't think you expected me to hire one, though I'd love to be able to afford an awesome lawyer. Friendly lawyer advice is greatly appreciated though, so I'm working on that one. I'll definitely be checking up to see that it's actually dismissed on the court records come the time. Thank y
  2. @Anon Amos thank you for the clarification. I was a little concerned about what bv80 was saying that by signing, I'd give up rights to fight future cases with the same debt if they were to transfer or sell ( though that would be silly, it's quite possible). I guess it's more about not being able to sue them for money in the future.
  3. @Anon Amos. Sorry, that should be 'dismissed' and not demised. Does that change your reply? I'm not clear what you're telling me. Could you oversimplify for the tired brain? It seems they are saying that they wouldn't resell or transfer. why not accept according to that?
  4. @BV80 Thank you for that insight. Ah, that's a little tricky. Perhaps I can ask them to amend the agreement to avoid such an instance? But I'm not sure exactly what I'd ask. I do not have a lawyer to talk to that I can afford, unfortunately. I spoke to one that I liked, and then couldn't get the funds.
  5. ( a ) Each party unconditionally releases and discharges the other party, and such other party’s past and present divisions , affiliates, subsidiaries, parent companies, officers, directors, members, managers, employees , agents , representatives, attorneys, predecessors in interest, successors in interest , assigns, in their individual and representative capacities (collectively , the “Released Parties ” ), from any and all charges, complaints, claims, liabilities, obligations, promises, agreements, causes of action, rights, costs, losses, debts and expenses of any nat
  6. Ok, so today I heard back from the lawyer and received some terms to agree to, along with the Stipulated Motion To Dismiss with Prejudice. Would anyone be willing to look at those terms so I can be sure I'm not missing something and signing part of my life and limb away? @BV80 @TomnTex @shellieh98
  7. @shellieh98 @BV80 and all you kind folks, I'm still waiting to hear from the lawyer and plaintiff. Meanwhile, I figure it's best to work on my RFAs, and whatever should come next. Do you all have some knowledge on what to sensibly ask for my RFAs to the plaintiff or have some links to reference? I'm starting on my own rough draft but any other insight is most welcome. Thank you all and cheers.
  8. @shellieh98 Ah, that sounds well enough. Thank you for the clarification. I haven't signed yet. Hopefully there's still time. I'm waiting to hear back from the lawyer about removing the tradeline from the credit reports as well as no 1099c. But we'll see...
  9. @BV80 @shellieh98 But I'm not sure how to post the document. ?
  10. I'm a little uncertain now. Is the plaintiff able to resell the debt and have someone else take me to court or collect money? I'm attaching a copy of the stipulation for you folks to look at if you can...
  11. @shellieh98 When you say her admits are due Friday, do you mean my answers for the RFAs? I sent them out and filed them today. The stipulation is with prejudice, and there is nothing in it about payments or monetary settlement (so far). However there is a line in there that doesn't sit well with me: "Cavalry SPV I, LLC warrants and represents that it is the present owner of any and all rights, title and interest in the account." That sounds like they can still come back at me at another time. So unless that is gone, I'd sign nothing. The rest sounds reasonable if we're all just looking to w
  12. @TomnTex Nothing else attached to it so far. So yes, may be. Here's to hoping! I'll tag those folks and see what they think. Though, I'm not sure who Willing is? A picnic sounds wonderful right about now, or ever really. Rain on sir! : ) @BV80 @shellieh98 What do you guys think about the Stipulation situation? Cheers all. I have some filing to do.
  13. I think it is a good thing, but I'm still hesitant to sign. I'm also thinking it's still a good idea to turn in these RFAs answers, and my amended answers to the complaint, just in case something default-like happens in the interim. Thoughts?
  14. I'm not entirely certain what this means, so all good folks chime in here. I received an email from the plaintiff's attorney asking me to sign a "Stipulation For Dismissal With Prejudice." I'm trying to wrap my head around it and read a few posts, etc, but I'm wondering ....is this a good thing?
  15. @BV80 (and anyone else interested) Also on that page, if you read #4, it talks about improper form (vague or compound) RFAs. After reading that I'm still torn about what you said concerning the objection and what that information is relaying. What do you think? I'm really trying to get this finished so I can hand it in/file today. Any other input concerning my answers and all would be realty appreciated during these current final hours. : ) Until the next thing comes up that is...