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Since there is already a Motion filed to set-aside installment payment Order, you need to file Motion in Opposition and tell the Court your reason for your opposition to the Motion. You should also use that opportunity to tell the Court that you are unable to make the $50.00 payment and that you are only able to pay $35.00 and ask the Court to modify the Order. You can obtain blank Motion forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office.
What is the debt about?
Are you on Social Security benefits?
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Yes, you would explain your reasons for the opposition on the blank Motion forms and also tell the Court what efforts that you have made to work things out with the company, but you have not been successful
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