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  1. I received a summons for a limited collections from Blier & Cox in Encino California (representing Capital One). I need to deliver my ANSWER CONTRACT back to the court in a few days. How can I answer this as generally as possible?. I need to request discovery before a case management meeting. Please help ASAP Thank you. Here's my story: 1. Who is suing you? the Law Firm of Blier & Cox in Encino CA 2. For how much? $12,500 3. Who is the original creditor? Capital One 4. How do you know you are being sued? A summons was served on March 7 5. How were you served? By servi
  2. Hi, Thanks for reading my post, believe me your time and any advice is greatly appreciated. Here’s a little bit of history on my case. I’m a defendant in a limited civil suit. Received the summons right after Turkey Day, filed my answer with only one day to spare (given that I had 30 days to file), received a CMC 3 days after I filed my answer. The CMC is in a few weeks. After doing my homework I knew that as a defendant 1- I have to make them prove their case. 2- I have to send them a Bill of Particulars, along with interrogatories, request for docs, and admission – which I