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  1. Currently working on my answer to a summons and compliant I received for $7,500 and had a few questions before turning it in Monday. First, I was curious if it was bad to deny all the paragraphs in the complaint? Or if I should Agree with paragraphs like my address and county that are correct? Secondly, is there anything specific I should make sure to include or to not include in my answer that typically gets missed that could affect my case down the road? Such as specific defenses or counterclaims? Thirdly, am I able to post a picture of my answer for comments and thoughts? Obviously with sensitive information blacked out. Sorry if this is bare-bones I wasn't sure exactly what to share, just very anxious about submitting my answer. Thank you for any and all help and advice!
  2. Can anyone guide me with answering this summons and copy of complaint. I got a credit card with my son as a co signer for him to use to purchases a medical device. He hasn't been able to pay it and i'm getting sued. I have 20 days to answer.
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