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  1. I took an Answer/Counterclaim document and a Motion to Compel document to the State Court (Georgia) clerk office at the county courthouse. When I handed them to the clerk at the window, he just stamped them in. I asked him if he needed to sign or notarize them and he said "No, they just need to be stamped in." Was he correct? If not, can I be held accountable if the clerk gave me wrong info? Is there some action I need to take on this issue? On the last page this is an example of what I had for the signatures: John Doe being first duly sworn on oath says the facts set forth i
  2. Hi. New here. I hope someone can help. Being sued by Unifund in State Court in Georgia service was attempted, but I've never been served. I sent (certified) a letter to representing law firm asking what this debt was and how they believe it is mine, etc, but never received anything back. Recently received a 'default docket calendar' and will now have to appear before a judge in only a few weeks. I'm not sure what to do at this point. Thank you