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I am hoping I can get some advice here, still not completely sure how this whole process works. I am being sued in Arizona. In my county, my initial response did not require me to list affirmative defenses or go through the admit/deny stage right away. I responded, and also sent a request for production. I got a huge packet today that includes every statement of the account. The account has been sold 5 times. Included in their response are all of the bills of sale (my account not listed, just the total dollar value of the collection of accounts), an affifavit of indebtedness, all of the account statements (which includes an annotation that the account number was changed multiple times over the course of the account), and a blanked out Excel table with an account number- not sure what that goes to. The statements are intimidating, I have to admit. It makes me feel as if the battle is already lost. I guess after reading through a lot of the forums, I honestly thought they wouldn't be able to produce these. I have also received a Request for Admissions, however, these pages are literally just "admit" or "deny", and no room to write comments. Should I not use their form and re-type all of them with comments? The next set are Notice of Service of Plaintiff's Non-uniform Interrogatories. I was planning on using similar posts to figure out how to answer these. Any thoughts/ideas would be much appreciated! Thank you in advance