CasDe

Being sued By Portfolio Associates LLC in Texas

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I started my post in the wrong area and cant figure out how to delete it, sorry. 

 

Just received it yesterday. It’s a lot to type up. I took pics and made an email account and photo account. 

 

 https://myalbum.com/album/0DJNC888BvRi 

 If you can’t access it without logging in

 I made an email just for that site. 

 pickles1228@gmail.com and the pw is misha1967

any advice on what to do is appreciated. 

Thank you! 

 

 

 

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@fisthardcheese 

once i have my paperwork typed up...  ( i found some threads of people in Texas that basically had the same stuff with the same people), after sending the paperwork to the courthouse here in my county should I also mail a copy to their lawyer since they provided their address as well or no? Should I send the paperwork ASAP, or wait til the latest day? I received it on the 17th and have 14 days. 

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5 hours ago, CasDe said:

@fisthardcheese 

once i have my paperwork typed up...  ( i found some threads of people in Texas that basically had the same stuff with the same people), after sending the paperwork to the courthouse here in my county should I also mail a copy to their lawyer since they provided their address as well or no? Should I send the paperwork ASAP, or wait til the latest day? I received it on the 17th and have 14 days. 

As long as you file your answer within the deadline, it makes no difference if you send it in advance.

You need to create an account to e-file your response or other pleadings. Once you have it, you can e-serve the attorney through the system at no charge.

https://efile.txcourts.gov/ofsweb

Any other correspondence you have with the attorney (discovery after the court authorizes it, settlement offer, etc.), you should send it via certified mail. In theory you can e-mail it, but that is not recommended.

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14 hours ago, cjtx2 said:

As long as you file your answer within the deadline, it makes no difference if you send it in advance.

You need to create an account to e-file your response or other pleadings. Once you have it, you can e-serve the attorney through the system at no charge.

https://efile.txcourts.gov/ofsweb

Any other correspondence you have with the attorney (discovery after the court authorizes it, settlement offer, etc.), you should send it via certified mail. In theory you can e-mail it, but that is not recommended.

Thank  you!

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