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The 16th is just two weeks away. You can be served a lawsuit before then, but you won’t need to appear in court before then. Therefore, even if you are served, your attorney can take care of it after consulting with you. As for garnishments … that can only happen after the creditor successfully sues you and wins a judgment. Therefore, there is even more time to deal with that issue. The botXXXXX XXXXXne is that if you haven’t already been sued, then you won’t need to deal with any of that stuff before the 16th.
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