Hello William B. Esq. A Customer Care Representative has scheduled a follow-up on Thursday, October 17th at 2:00pm PST.
Here is a link to the previous conversation: http://www.justanswer.com/law/81qn8-yesterday-found-summons-bushes-suit.html
Dear Customer, thank you for using our service, and thank you for requesting me. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I would like to assist you today.
I see that you would like to "chat" with me regarding some legal information, I can be available on Thursday afternoon. I do know that these sessions can work best if I have some more information about what you are looking for and I can prepare ahead of time.
I will leave the "chat" function open and I will be notified as soon as you respond. I look forward to corresponding with you.
Hello, welcome back. I'd love to get an update.
Has anything changed since our previous conversation?
Do you have any additional questions that I can help you with today?
I do have some questions that I wrote down. Unfortunately I have a meeting at 2:30 since I was expecting to get on at 2 but I think that this will still give us enough time. Here are my questions:
This is for my wife but I want to handle all of the negotiations. What paperwork is needed for me to be able to represent her at the courthouse and with the creditors?
How do I find out the outcome of a suit? Can I go to the courthouse and get the data from the clerk?
How do I make a motion to strike?
How do I make a motion to set aside?
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