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  1. My disabled husband has been sued AGAIN by a law firm out of Arkansas in Oklahoma. The first suit was filed in OK county where we did not reside. Now he is being sued in Pontotoc county, where we don't reside. We filed an answer on the first one stating an affirmative defense of separation of debt, no valid income to garnish (he receives ssdisability), nand improper service. We never heard anything past that and Now he was served with a summons from October with 35 days to answer...well thats out the window....the summons is actuall from 2 weeks ago and the cover sheet isn't even filled out. He recieved it at 730pm cst TODAY 12-30-2016. It is also 2 months from being SOL as of Feb 2017 (i think) Since they cannot touch his ss disability pay how do we file? What do we file?? And how do we find out if there was a judgement on the first filing?? Please help......
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