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  1. Thank you Harry & Clydesmom. I thought I was missing something because it's just the 3 sentences, and the underlying panic isn't helping the overthinking. I understand, just need to put it in as brief and professional way as possible. Does this sound acceptable: I am submitting this Request for Continuance as the defendant in the small claims case named above. The Court has issued a hearing date of September 5, 2018 at 8:00 a.m.. Due to a family emergency, I am requesting a continuance until after September 24, 2018, when it is reasonable a course of action in response to the eme
  2. Plaintiff is Citibank/Sears. I've been searching the forums and I know this has been answered but I need to file a motion for continuance tomorrow (today since it's 2:00 am). Initial hearing was 8/15, trial set for 9/5. My at-risk daughter was moved to a new facility on 8/15 so only my husband went to court. On 8/22 she ran and between social services, police, FBI trafficking task force and NCMEC, etc. I haven't done anything else - I spent 5 hours with the FBI today alone. I have to contact the plaintiff attorney and then I have to file the motion, correct? I believe in Jefferson County it's
  3. Recovering Attorney, Sky Warner & Xanathos , Thanks so much for your responses! I now know that it's a scare tactic and thank you for reminding me these businesses are out to make a buck off unsuspecting people. I have my homework cut out for me this weekend, I'll be reading a lot here on the forum, but at least some of the pressure is off. I also remembered from the last time that the bank has to be notified and if they try to grab her money, I can use them to stop it. The 'bad check law' in Colorado allows a 15 day deadline from the date the letter is mailed from the CA, and then it's
  4. My sister wrote an NSF check in December and tried to pay it off in February, but they told her it had already gone to a collection agency. In March, the CA called and asked for $400, in April asked for $250 and today asked for $200. My sister is on SSI and can't pay that amount. Due to her physical and cognitive disabilities, she asked the CA to talk to me. I explained that she is disabled and lives on SSI, and then asked for his address. He refused to give me his address and stated that they are no longer discussing the matter and that it is in the process of going to court. I asked again