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1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? MIDLAND FUNDING LLC BY ITS SERVICING AGENT MIDLAND CREDIT MANAGEMENT INC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Kohn Law Firm S.C. 3. How much are you being sued for? $1,406.67 plus court costs 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) Comenity Bank - Meijer 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) I was served. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) In person by Sheriff 7.
Good afternoon- I thank you so much for your help and will try to be as succinct as possible. 1. We live in Illinois and are planning to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy on July 1st, 2018. We are currently waiting for that date because my income is artificially high due to a bonus, and we are $2,000 over the median income for our family and do not want to have to go through the scrutiny of the means test. 2. Our objective is to avoid lawsuits and wage garnishments until that date: July 1st, 2018. 3. Here is who we are dealing with and what has transpired thus far: - Notice of Sale
Hello all... I've been lurking around here for a few weeks now - and have been met with mounds of helpful information, so thanks so much for that! My hubby is being sued by Midland Funding LLC by its servicing agent Midland Credit Management, and Kohn in their lawyers here in WI. Per what we read here, he denied all allegations against him and was the only defendant that day to actually show up and deny all charges. The lawyer who showed up acted like they didn't receive my husband's answer (which isn't required in our county, but I advised him to file one anyway after reading all the info
I think I may have found some important information for those dealing with JDBs in Wisconsin. I've been reading the boards for a while and recently read a Marquette Law Review on responding to admissions, interrogatories and documents. I was hoping for some feedback on my answers with this new information. First questions: what is the criteria for determining the "specificity" of the denial? Are the denials that I give in the following post considered "specific"? Many users on this board have cited lack of information or belief in refusing the admit or deny. I am assuming that in states