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  1. I don't have the envelope that is was mailed in, but I just received it a few days ago, so it could not have been mailed more than 14 calendar days before the hearing. Here's the local court rules: Filing and Scheduling of Motion. The moving party shall serve and file all motion documents no later than six court days before the date the party wishes the motion to be considered. A motion must be scheduled by a party for hearing on a judicial day. For cases assigned to a judge, if the motion is set for oral argument on a non-judicial day, the moving party must reschedule it with the judge
  2. I just received a Motion for Summary Judgement for Audit and Adjustment Company in King County here in Washington State. The MSJ is being filed under Rule 56. It looks like it was filed 9/19 and I just received it a couple of days ago in the mail. The date of the hearing is this Tuesday, 10/7. I was not served, and there is no complaint. The plaintiff was kind enough to send me a copy of rule 56. They have also attached some copies of what appear to be past statements and a declaration of assignor in support of plaintiff's MSJ. That was signed on 12/30/13 and looks like it was signed by
  3. I filed my response and opposition to the plaintiff's motion for default judgement. The motion date is set for this Wednesday @ 9:00 AM, but is being heard without oral arguments. I am wondering, as the defendant do I need to be there? If I don't need to be there, is there a chance something might come up that could negatively impact me if I wasn't there?
  4. Since my first post on this I have done a lot research and have found/done the following: 1. I filed a response and opposition to the Plaintiff's motion for default judgement explaining why I appeared, but did not answer. It included the fact that the Plaintiff had not filed the complaint at the time of the summons. 2. Second, according court rule, since I did appear and there has not been a ruling on the motion for default judgement yet, I exercised my right to provide an answer to the complaint and filed the answer shortly before I filed the response above. I also included this information
  5. 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Roger E. Rahlfs 3. How much are you being sued for? $18,312 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) Looks like Wells Fargo 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Yes, served. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) In person, but person who received the service was my wife. 7. Was the service legal as required by your state? I believe so. Process Service Req
  6. I am not familiar with the term pocket service. What is that? I did send my original appearance CMRRR and do have the return receipt. I have also reviewed some of the court rules and have determined that because I did answer I am entitled to respond before judgement. I am frustrated that the notice of hearing was not mailed out to me until 9/6 and I did not receive it until just a few days ago. I am definitely feeling the pressure.
  7. I received a "summons" back in April from a law firm here in Washington State representing a creditor located out of state. I responded to the summons within the 20 day time frame by mailing (certified) the law firm a Notice of Pro Se appearance. I did not "answer" the summons as the law firm appeared to have only prepared a pleading, but did not file it with the courts. (I assume this was some kind of a scare tactic on their part?) I have now received a notice from the superior court for a Motion Order of Default. The law firm apparently just filed their pleading on 8/31. In their pleadi