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  1. I am being sued by TD Bank for a Target Credit Card debt. I had contacted an attorney that filed an answer to the summons denying everything. Of course, the attorney for TD bank filed a Motion to Strike ADs. When the hearing date came around, I talked to the attorney and he said he was representing me, that I would be representing myself (I had talk to him about filing BK, and at that time he took the summons and said he would take care of answering, not to worry. He actually filed the answer and someone signed my name. Later I decided not to file BK) At the hearing, the plaintiff's attorney was a no show. Judge dismissed, but within 2 weeks allowed the attorney to set another hearing date. That was yesterday. I did so much research to defend myself. I think I did pretty good, as the judge did not rule but said he needed to review and would notify us of his decision. I was prepared to ask for leave to amend my ADs, but decided not to since he had not ruled on the motion. January 23rd I filed a Request to Produce. Should I have asked about that? I didn't, but I know they have 30 days to respond. The other caveat, is my principal residence is actually South Carolina. I was just here in Florida for a couple months on vacation (had my mail forwarded) when I was served. Please help. I need any guidance you can give me
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