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  1. My Sister was served around a month ago by Wells Fargo attorney Rory W. Clark. for alleged credit card debt incurred by my father, who died on December 10, 2012. The amount is $13k I am about to try and answer the suit and also request a bill of particulars but before I do that I want to know if she was served properly. Notice to defendant reads as follows on the summons: (Sister's name), as successor trustee of the (Deceased's Name) Separate Property Living Trust dated December 7th, 2006 and DOES I through X, inclusive. The filing debt is November 27, 2013. However, the trust was changed just prior to his death. My sister and I are now listed as Co-trustees, yet I have not been sent anything or ever called by Wells Fargo. How should I answer the suit? I fear I may have run past 30 days. I need to fight this because: 1st, I have no idea if the debt is truly my fathers, and 2nd the trust does not have $13k available to pay it. Thanks in advance for advice you can provide. Leo
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