Nukeweldor

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  1. Myself and my Exwife are being sued by General Counsel of Wells Fargo Bank, NA for a Line of Credit Visa account pledged against our home (now her Home) as signatories as officers of a corporation (now suspended) in California. She was served the papers but I live in a different part of the state and was never served. Does this sound correct? We are legally divorced and the debt was assigned to me, not that it matters since we both signed the alleged application for credit. Is this failure of service significant? How should it be addressed in court? I/WE have a case management conference in a week or so. Thank you!