PINEAPPLE

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  1. I know this may be a silly question, but now that I have written everything up, when I file my answer in court and the clerk stamps it, will they be able to make me a copy? or should I bring my copies (one for me and one for plaintiff's attorney) to get them stamped with the date filed? My plan is to file and get all copies I need, then send copies to plaintiff's attorney. I plan to submit my answer and motion to compel at the same time. Do I file them separately? Thanks in advance!
  2. I want to go down the MTC route- i have tried to look online for rules of filing a MTC in WA state and how to go about. I couldn't find anything. Do you know if I can answer and file the MTC within the same document? If so, how do i answer to the summon correctly? This is the Complaint: IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY SOUTH DIVISION Midland Funding, LLC Plaintiff, Vs. My name Defendant. Plaintiff alleges: BREACH OF CONTRACT 1. Plaintiff is a limited liability company, which for good and valuable
  3. I was served papers last night (I wasn't the one that got served even though it's for me and is it normal to just get papers stapled together and no envelope?). What is my next step? What do I do? The papers states that i have 20 days after the service of this summon to respond to the complaint by stating my defense in writing. I don't know what to write or what i should or should not write/admit. The complaint states I breached a contract. "Defendant, an individual residing in Snohomish County Washington entered into contract with Synchrony Bank/Gap for a credit account. The credit acc