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Hi Friends, My wife is being sued in Wyoming for 10K from a JDB based in Colorado. I have several questions that I could use some help with. The original suit they sent her listed an OC in the affidavit that she did not recognize. She responded to the suit denying the debt and requesting a contract, account statements and purchase receipts to prove the amount of the debt. A month later they revised the affidavit with a "Motion For Leave of Court To Amend Plaintiff's Exhibit A To The Original Complaint and Amended Affidavit of Indebtedness Pursuant to WRCP 15 (a). This motion was filed to change the affidavit to include a different OC and the revised affidavit is titled "Amended Affidavit of Indebtedness and Acknowledgement of Assignment". The new affidavit has the same fellow who swore and affirmed under oath that my wife owed 10K of debt from one OC is now swearing that she owes 10K from a different OC. 1. Does that legally disqualify the author of the affidavit and should my wife file a Motion to Strike Affidavit of Debt? 2. The affidavit is written by Ryan, the President of the company who allegedly bought the debt from the OC. The plaintiff in the suit however is a third party who bought the debt from Ryan's company. I did a google search and noticed that Ryan is also the VP of the plaintiff's JDB company. This is not mentioned anywhere in the suit. Is it legally OK to sign an affidavit as the middle owner of the debt without a disclaimer that you work for the plaintiff? If not, how would my wife bring this to the courts attention? 3. Does the "Motion For Leave of Court" mean that the set court date for pre-trial is now being postponed? 4. My wife is in her third trimester of pregnancy and would prefer if I represented her in court. How can I do that? Thank you very much for any guidance you can provide and please let me know if you have any follow up questions. CombingWyoming