bff Posted May 11, 2021 Report Share Posted May 11, 2021 A lot of collections 'internet info' is centered around what happens if you DONT respond to a summons. But not a lot of what happens if you do. Im trying to study some case dockets and court calendars to figure out what is the standard chain of events. Im noticing forexample, that right after an answer, the clerk enters a 'Notice of trial'. And thats like a many months away. So you kick back and play 'discovery' in those months? Where can i can I learn what is the process of litigation? There is too much noise I find on motions and notices etc Surely there must be same game play book out there for the Pro Se ? Those that have gone through the grinder...what happens after the first paper is filed? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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