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Lps, Court Officer's Card

Postby Kestejoo » Mon Dec 05, 2016 11:31 am

I received a call from my mom that there was a card from a LSA, Court Officer at the house. I haven't lived in their house for years, but have been a college student and didn't mess with changing addressed evert time I relocated. The card says she has "copies of important legal papers," then has her name and number. This is either for one of the credit cards I have defaulted on when I lost my investments a couple years ago, or from a life insurance company where I sold their insurance for less than 3 months, and then received a bill for chargebacks. What's the best way to start this off?click here to enlarge  

ANSWER: Sounds like somebody is filing a lawsuit on you. Problem is that if they want to sue you they are doing so in the wrong geographical jurisdiction. Have your mom go to the courthouse and check your public record. If a lawsuit has been filed you will need to file a motion to dismiss for lack of geographical jurisdiction. Of course, you will have to give them your correct address in the process. Then they will sue you where you live now so you should start learning how to defend yourself without having to hire a lawyer to do it for you. Teaching people how to do that is what I do. ---------- FOLLOW-UP ----------

I live in the same town, so the same court. Do I call or ignore her? What do I say?
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Lps, Court Officer's Card

Postby Zain » Tue Dec 06, 2016 1:53 am

I received a call from my mom that there was a card from a LSA, Court Officer at the house. I haven't lived in their house for years, but have been a college student and didn't mess with changing addressed evert time I relocated. The card says she has "copies of important legal papers," then has her name and number. This is either for one of the credit cards I have defaulted on when I lost my investments a couple years ago, or from a life insurance company where I sold their insurance for less than 3 months, and then received a bill for chargebacks. What's the best way to start this off?click here to enlarge  

ANSWER: Sounds like somebody is filing a lawsuit on you. Problem is that if they want to sue you they are doing so in the wrong geographical jurisdiction. Have your mom go to the courthouse and check your public record. If a lawsuit has been filed you will need to file a motion to dismiss for lack of geographical jurisdiction. Of course, you will have to give them your correct address in the process. Then they will sue you where you live now so you should start learning how to defend yourself without having to hire a lawyer to do it for you. Teaching people how to do that is what I do. ---------- FOLLOW-UP ----------

I live in the same town, so the same court. Do I call or ignore her? What do I say?
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Lps, Court Officer's Card

Postby Ekram » Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:11 am

Then go to the clerk of the court and ask to see your public record. They will show it to you on a computer screen. Look to see if there have been any law suits filed on you recently and if there have then ask to see the case file. Get copies of any paperwork in the file. Prepare your response to the complaint, a certificate of mailing, a list of about 40 or so demands for admissions and a validation demand letter and file your response with the court clerk. You will want to make up at least 2 copies of the response, and one copy of all the rest. Mail the whole package to the plaintiff's attorney by certified mail, return receipt requested. Then sit back and wait for the replies.
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