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twsport
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Subject: Form to use
 
Posted on Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:12 pm  

Do I use a cross complaint form or get another summons form or just do this on regular paper?

HELP. I got one today saying I owe 27,000 from a loan within the last 4 years. HOwever I pulled out my contract and the loan was from 1999, for 10,000 plus interest Sallie Mae unsecured personal student loan, not government backed. They would never give me a deferment or forbearance. Hounded me for many years, and were always very rude with harrasing phone calls.
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Subject: Summons,Complaint to determine discharge
 
Posted on Tue Mar 09, 2010 2:23 pm  

I have til 3-25-10 to reply on my summons.My wife and I filed chap.7.We had a rental business with 3 others.With a debt over $300,000.The business went into chap11 9-23-08.Then chap 7 10-03-09.The complaint is accusing us of fraud,embezzlement,larceny,wiilful and malicious injury.I have all the paperwork to disprove these accusations.Whats my next step?Our finances were sunk into this project,and there are no assets in our residence or vehicles
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Subject: Filing an answer to citation in District Court, pertaining t
 
Posted on Wed May 05, 2010 2:15 am  

I have been served and need to file an answer for district court. I would like to file the answer myself. Please advise what needs to be included in the answer. The case is against my ex-spouse's failure to pay court ordered support.
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Subject: what form to use to respond to a summon
 
Posted on Tue May 11, 2010 5:06 pm  

My wife just got served and sha wants to know what form to use to respond to the summon.
can any one tell me what is the form name or number?
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Subject: responding to a summons
 
Posted on Wed May 12, 2010 10:57 am  

Hi,

To respond to a summons you can visit the court where the case has been filed, and request the court clerk to hep you in answering to the summons. It is better to take help since this is a court matter.

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Subject: How do I respond to a Summons letter from JPMorganChase lega
 
Posted on Wed May 26, 2010 3:25 pm  

I tried to settle with Chase now they are JPMorganChase and now I have a summons. I have loss my source of income and I don't know what to do. I tried to settle, they wouldn't take the 30% of what I owed to settle it. I explained to them that I can only borrow that much from family and friends. The summons was sent by Chase's legal department which means they are doing this because then you can't do anything because they are not a debt collector and they made that point clear to me. The attorney for chase was very nasty. What can I do?
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Subject: respond to summons
 
Posted on Thu May 27, 2010 11:26 am  

Hi Mimi,

As you have been served with a summons, you need to answer to that, else JPMorganChase may win a default judgment against you. For answering to the summons you can visit the court from where the judgment has been served.

You should make a copy of your monthly income and expenditure. This you can provide in the court to lower the judgment amount.

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Subject: debt validation letter
 
Posted on Wed Jun 09, 2010 2:56 am  

I really don't know where to begin and feel lost but
I've read what the other people asked regarding the summons and it was very helpful but on the debt validation letter, what should the letter say exactly since it is the first summons I've ever received and don't know anything about the court system
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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:07 am  

Hi Worried guest,

Can I know as to why you are wanting to use a debt validation letter? If you have been served with summons, and thus you should answer to the summons within the stipulated time. If you are not sure about this debt, and summons, you can get the details on this debt from the court house itself. Just visit the court house, and request the court clerk to provide you with detailed paperwork on this case.

However, if you still have not been served with the summons, you can send validation letter so as to stop the collection agency from suing you. Send them the debt validation letter through certified mail, requesting a return receipt.

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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:24 pm  

I recieved a summons as well.. two weeks ago from an attorney for Fia card services.. up till now I had ignored their calls and such as eerything I read online said that they weren't legit. anyhow.. i have a few days left to respond to the summons.. 18 different article points in it. I was served at 7am at my residence where the processor repeatedly rang the doorbell until i was finally roused to answer it.. he stated that I have 20days to contact the lawyer stated on the document.. he said nothing about a written response.. it wasn't until i was searching online to know if the summons was actually valid that I came upon your page and realized that I now have to cram to answer all of the allegations. My debt was orginally with Mbna who changed my account to a bank of america amex.. got an offer from them back last year to settle for 4k on an 18k debt but didn't have the funds.. due to illness and jobloss which were the original reasons for not being able to continue to pay the full amount on the debt.. the real kicker was the same month I lost my job they doubled my minimum payment due.. and would budge.. I know the account has already been charged off.. in superior court what I fear is what the actual damage can be to my family.
any advice would be appreciated.
since reading more responses and calling the court i know have even more questions.
I got that I need to answer the summons.. alot of is speculation on my marital status at the time the debt was incurred and pursuant to ars codes 12-341 and 12-341.01 do I just affirm these.. I was told by the court that if I don't deny any of the allegations that there may be a chance of settlement outside of court.. but that if I deny any allegations then there will have to be a hearing before a judge and no chance of settlement..
thanks for your help.
baldman
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Subject: Who files?
 
Posted on Tue Aug 10, 2010 3:11 am  

My husband is the one who received the summons. Can I file a response for him or does he have to do it?
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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Tue Aug 10, 2010 9:15 am  

Hi baldman:

You should answer to the summons else FIA Card Services will win a default judgment against you. Thus, you should file the answer to the summons. Then you can visit the court house to check the validity of the debt. Request the court clerk there to provide you with paperwork of the case. Mention that you are not sure about this debt. You will get to know whether or not the debt is valid.

SophiaGLowe:

I think your husband will have to give you the power of attorney to do this. Still, I think you should consult an attorney regarding this.

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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Wed Sep 22, 2010 7:00 pm  

I received it last night and called about the balance because it was filed and I never knew and I was paying on it. I called them and they called the attorney's office for a balance. I have already agreed to pay balance. Is there anything I can do if I have already made an agreement to pay even though I agree with the balance??
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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Thu Sep 23, 2010 10:17 am  

Hi LaQuainta,

Even if you have agreed to an out of court settlement, you will have to file the answer to the summons. Otherwise the creditor can win a default judgment against you.

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