Appleton, WI asked in Consumer Law for Wisconsin

Q: please help below TIME RUNS OUT out thursday - ALL PAPERS are DUE into court BY THIS FRIDAY !! the 1st of December 2017

In a civil credit card sold debt lawsuit in a circuit court WI law my question is Defendant me filed a production of documents for proof, but the Plaintiff responded objections to each & every listed to produce THE problem IS ALL MOTIONS ARE DUE BY this FRIDAY 2 DAYS, Is there a motion or to end now due to ONLY OBJECTIONS and The plaintiff's attorney even request to appear by PHONE at final court date Said he WILL file a request for judgement before court date Jan - that debt collection only law firm alway does, knowing Pro-Se junk debt collection means defendant isn't knowledgeable of the law will be tricked into an automatic loss of case here win 98% the judgement asks for sale of my home After 20 years hard P.mill work taking many shifts from others to buy/pay off a house all alone NO CHANCE to EVER get a mortgage on $1377.00 mo. ss Disability IMPOSSIBLE 2 rent w/o 23+ yrs still shows excellent rating 2C shocking response

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Nathan DeLadurantey
Nathan DeLadurantey
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Brookfield, WI
  • Licensed in Wisconsin

A: You need to call a consumer lawyer and get some help. They should offer you a free consultation.

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