Currently a defendant for civil case for debt collection. I answered the questions. Do I need to have a cover letter for this report? Do I need to sign it or notarize it. The plaintiff did not leave spots for signature or to be notarize
Answers to interrogatories should be notarized in Missouri. No cover letter is necessary. You should also file and serve a certificate of service. It's not required that the plaintiff provide the notarization page but you could request one.
I had a heart attack and was sent to another hospital with a cardiologist on staff. I cant recall being asked at ER for medical card and a person in billing said i was listed as self pay, even though i had the same insurance in 2012 visit. The hospital said I should have sent change of address... Read more »
I've tried to get my money or my shoes, he won't give me anything. Cashapp can't do anything because you have to dispute the transaction no more than 60 days after it's been completed. Do I have a case here? Can I sue him in small claims court to get my money back. Him and his... Read more »
You “have a case” if you sue and a case number is assigned. You state that you sent him money but don’t indicate if it was a gift or a loan. Unless it was a loan, then you’ll likely lose. Hopefully you at least have emails or text messages clearly showing that it was a loan.
I would think you can indeed be sued by the party to whom you owe money. If you had agreed to a payment plan and have been honoring it 100% then I’d find it odd that your medical provider would pay an attorney either hourly or on a contingency basis to sue you. Have an attorney familiar with...Read more »
I am about to be sued for unpaid medical debt. However, my husband is the one who has the insurance through his job, but the bills have always come in my name. He's technically the guarantor, not me. We have requested the bills to be placed in his name countless times, but they never have... Read more »
Your options are to pay the sum, not to pay it, to defense the lawsuit pro se, to hire an attorney to defend the lawsuit, to file bankruptcy, or to try to negotiate a settlement with the plaintiff, doing so either on your own or by hiring an attorney.
On July 5th, an attorney send me a letter trying to collect a debt I don’t remember. I sent a response on July 13th and haven’t heard anything back on Sept 22nd. Should I do anything else or assume they’re not filing a lawsuit?
Edit: there aren’t any cases filed against me on... Read more »
You either litigate the case or you settle it. Many such cases get settled for a discounted sum with a payment plan. Most, however, result in default judgments and the the creditors try to garnish bank accounts and issue wage garnishments.
The service was performed in August of 2017 and the first time I ever saw a bill was November of 2019. I assumed (and forgot) that insurance covered it and it was a done. When the bill showed up, I first asked for an explanation of benefits as well as the excuse for only seeing it 27 months later... Read more »
We are in Missouri. Law firm has our address and we even called them to settle the debt. They refused to settle, saying they will only accept full amount owed. They've requested a summons twice now, but we've never been served. The deadline just ran out on the second summons. I'm not... Read more »
If a judgment is entered against her then the plaintiff may garnish her bank account. If her sole income into that account is Social Security benefits then she may file an “exemption” to the garnishment but must do it properly and timely.
My boyfriend has some inheritance coming in and can’t touch it unless he’s married... he has asked me to pretend to be his fiancée in order to get his inheritance and to contact his lawyer and I emailed his lawyer but I never met his lawyer in person... his lawyer emailed me back and wanting... Read more »
1. I suggest you ask the lawyer why he is requesting this information. Perhaps he needs it for the work to be done. Perhaps he wants that information so that if you and your bf hire him and then don't pay having this information will make it easier to collect a judgment...Read more »
Hi, I live in Missouri and have a rental business. Every month I have to go through 1-4 evictions. Most judgments I get are never paid. This is an ongoing issue. To make things easier, I have created a spreadsheet that fills out forms for Rent and Possession, Unlawful Detainers and Garnishment... Read more »
Rent and Possession petitions and Unlawful Detainer petitions need not be filed using the forms made available by the Missouri judiciary or your local circuit court. I am not certain but believe that the garnishment forms on the available at https://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=103116 and your...Read more »
I am filing a garnishment form (CV92) in Missouri. I am confused on if the Debtor or the Employer is the Respondent. I have Googled this and it's about a 50/50 split. So who do I list as the Respondent? The Debtor or the Employer?
I inherited a trailer that I didn’t want. I found someone that wanted it so I gave them the title and keys. A month later the person that owned the lot it was in called me and said he didn’t want that person to live on his property. Another months went buy and the guy I gave the trailer to was... Read more »
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