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Hello all, I tried to find the answer to this in the forums and in my local rules, but I was unsuccessful. I am the defendant in an OC suit brought by Nelson and Kennard, Sacramento. I have a two part question: I received the complaint, and answered it, noting that they had a few instances where they checked multiple boxes instead of one, got a couple facts wrong, and I put in one or two affirmative defenses. My purpose is to delay until I can settle, but not cost so much that the settlement will be impractical. I need a sweet spot. I have some more collections coming at me I'm sure
Hello All: Wondering if anyone can help - we are in Collin County, TX and are being sued by Portfolio Recovery - they have been trying to collect on a Sears account that was issued by Citicards. We found out about the lawsuit because we received quite a lot of solicitations in the mail from attorneys once PRA filed the suit. The suit is filed in a JP court. Today we got a notice on our door that someone tried to serve us with the suit. My question is - do we just call the number and accept the service or do we try to dodge it? I have spent a lot of time searching through the civil pu
Hi, All. Does anyone have a reliable process server they can recommend (based on past personal experience) in the Greater San Diego area? I need to have a subpoena served on a JDB employee there. The job will require that they attempt personal service up to (3) times before leaving it with anyone else, sending me an Affidavit of Due Diligence (preferably in both electronic and hard copy form), and do it all in a very timely fashion. Any leads are very much appreciated, particularly if you can tell me a little bit about your experience with the company or individual being recommended.
A process server came to my house to serve a summons to me from PRA for a debt of approximately $1100.00. In the course of him trying to serve me, he caused damage to my entry door. This process server was beating on the front door's deadbolt lock with some sort of weapon (he admitted to the police that he beat on the door with a weapon, but the police would not disclose what type of weapon he used) . When DH opened the door, the process server lunged at him in an attacking manner, resulting in a scuffle. The police were called and a police report was filed, but the police did not charge the p