Slothrop Dorsett Case

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  1. We had a legal aid file the answer. So I know this was correctly served/filed. But when reviewing the answer I think she may have filled it out WRONG. on the answer she checked "B - defendant admits all of the statements of the complaint or cross complaint are true except:" below that it says: 1) defendant claims the following statements are false: (theres nothing written in, it's empty) then on the BACK of the answer (not sure how this got printed out this way) it says: 4. X (a box checked) AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES: 01. as a first affirmative defense defendant al
  2. We did assert affirmative defense SOL in the answer (amongst a few others). We did file the answer with the court properly and serve it to the plaintiff. I should probably delete this thread and move discussion to the other.
  3. Could anyone offer any suggestions in regards to my concerns listed above? I'm not sure if I should go for a bill or particulars, motion summary judgement, motion to dismiss, or all three? Thanks.
  4. We have already reviewed and printed out every statement for every bank account he owns and reviewed the records just to double check, the records reflect no payments to anyone, and he definitely did not pay in cash or some other form. Thank You for the advice. We are in a very serious financial situation as a family, and it's proven incredibly difficult to find attorneys pro-bono and or free legal aid on this civil matter. We certainly can not afford to pay for representation, he is disabled also, the only income he has. You wouldn't happen to have any insight regarding if the servi
  5. They are claiming a payment was made on 12/31/2012 but this is absolutely false. They have even gone as far as to ask this in discovery. They actually, even included a forged document EXHIBIT 2 in the discovery sent to us (It is a forged account transaction sheet on CAVALRY letterhead showing a $470 credit made on 12/31/2012) This document is completely fake, no payment was ever made on 12/31/2012. They try to get us to admit this in discovery but we disputed it. They have done the same to many others here on the forum (Lying and saying a payment was made specifically on new ye
  6. My dad is being sued on a debt that is SOL, I helped him finish his answers to the discovery interrogatories. He has asked me to service it to the plaintiff by mail. Do I send the original INK signed sworn answers to the plaintiff, or a photocopy and keep originals for his records? I already served the documents last night but fear I may have done it wrong. When the plaintiff sent HIM Discovery the plaintiff appears to create his own proof of service on pleading paper and includes a copy of it INSIDE the envelope sent to us? I did the same exact thing and created my own PROOF OF SERVICE sheet
  7. Hello CreditInfoCenter Forum, I am currently being sued by CAVALRY SPV I, LLC. In California. This is a limited civil suit under $25,000 on a Bank of America credit card from 2009 that is long past the Statute of Limitations. I’ve attached heavily redacted versions of every article from the plaintiff, and every article of my own (the defendant). Please refer to these in the attached PDF form files. I could really, really use some guidance on how to proceed — this is my first time in a civil suit (or a suit of any kind) and I can not afford legal representati