Nicolas Corona Vaca’s Answers

Nicolas Corona Vaca

Walnut Creek Debt Collection Attorney.

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  1. I'm being asked to sign a settlement agreement. Help!

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    2. Robin Mashal
    3. Catherine Elizabeth Bennett
    4. Scott Richard Kaufman
    4 lawyer answers

    Something is wrong. Did you provide them with an automatic withdrawal from you checking account or credit card? Did Citibank sue you or was it a debt collection company? The distinction is important. Whoever collected the first payment may have violated the Rosenthal Act. Call me or e-mail me and I will talk to you about your case, pro bono (latin for free).

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  2. What is section 96 in pretrial and does plaintiff need to answer this to defendant before trial

    Answered 8 days ago.

    1. Anthony Allen Roach
    2. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    3. Andrew William Hyman
    3 lawyer answers

    I assume your are a defendant in a debt collection case which falls within the limited jurisdiction amount. Under CCP sec. 96, you can request that the debt collector serve you, within 20 days, a statement of the names and addresses witnesses it intends to call at trial; a description of physical evidence it intends to offer; and a description and copies of documentary evidence it intends to offer. A CCP sec. 96 request shall not be served more than 45 days or less than 30 days prior to the...

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  3. What are reserved dates for hearings and how do you arrange them?

    Answered 24 days ago.

    1. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    2. Abraham P Mathew
    3. Robert Bruce Kopelson
    4. Joshua Taylor Heard
    4 lawyer answers

    In San Francisco County Superior Court, all law and motion matters, limited and unlimited, are heard at 9:30 a.m. You must schedule and notice hearings within the time limited provided by CCP 1005/and/or Local Rule 8. Before you file a motion you must obtain a hearing date and reservation number from the court by sending an email to calendar302@sftc.org between 8:00 a.m. and Noon. You must type the reservation number of the caption page of the notice of motion when yo file the motion. If...

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  4. When and how do I find out what judge is assigned to my case in Federal Court.

    Answered 30 days ago.

    1. Robert Harlan Stempler
    2. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    3. Robert David Richman
    4. Joseph Kelly Levasseur
    5. Joseph Caleb Markowitz
    5 lawyer answers

    If you are in pro se you need to get a PACER/ECF account. The PACER account allows your access to documents filed in the district court, including your own case. Using PACER you can log on to the court's website and see to which judge the case has been assigned. The ECF account allows you to file your documents electronically. Indeed, you will have to get an ECF account so that you can file a motion for remand if the state case was improperly removed. Robert Stempler is correct. You...

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  5. I bailed my husband from a Immigration Detention facility.We are now waiting for his first court date,can he still get deported?

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Curtis Frederic Pierce
    2. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    3. Marc Richmond Amos
    4. Zainab Mustafa Boxwala
    4 lawyer answers

    More information is needed to respond to your questions: (1) What country is your husband from? (2) Does he have any other arrests or convictions? (3) If so, what is the nature of these arrests and convictions? (4) When did he arrive in the United States? (5) Has he left since his arrival (6) If so, for how long? (7) What is your status? (8) Is you son U.S. born? Depending on the answers to these questions, and others, an immigration attorney can determine whether your husband has...

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  6. I recieved a summons on a credit card debt. have no clue how to respond to it. i do not work, only income is my husbands

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Michael Charles Doland
    2. Kevin Samuel Sullivan
    3. Dorothy G Bunce
    4. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    5. Tom Arany
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree with my colleagues that advise you to should consult with an attorney as soon as possible since it appears that this may be your first time being sued on a credit card debt. A debt collection defense attorney can explain to you how best to answer the complaint, including asserting affirmative defenses. He can also explain to you how to find out more details regarding the debt by serving the company suing you with a Bill of Particulars which the company has to answer within 10 days of...

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  7. I have been sued by credit card company for the amount of almost $3200 in San mateo county.

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    2. Geva Baumer
    3. Bruce Ward Bain
    4. Edna Carroll Straus
    5. Kevin Samuel Sullivan
    5 lawyer answers

    While you are searching for an attorney to help you settle this matter keep in mind the date on which you have to file an answer. If you were personally served you have 30 days to answer. If you were sub-served, i.e. someone other than you over 18 years of was served, then you have 40 days to answer. Most debt collection lawsuits are filed by debt collectors who may or may not have the necessary documentation to collect against you. Such debt collectors are Midland Funding, LLC, CACH, LLC,...

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  8. Confusing Mess! What to do?

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    2. Richard Glenn Elie
    2 lawyer answers

    Some clarification is needed. You said you drove to the courthouse to get a copy of the lawsuit. After you got the copy did it name you as the defendant and Capital One as the plaintiff? Was the account listed in the lawsuit the one on which you were paying? Was the amount demanded the same as that on which you had been paying? Was the case number on the summons the same as the case number on the complaint? When were you served? All of these questions are important because It appears...

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  9. How to go about setting up payment plan for eviction.

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Frank Wei-Hong Chen
    2. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    2 lawyer answers

    You questions is a little unusual and more information is needed before it can be answered. Did you have a lease or where you a month-to-month tenant? If you had a lease were you the only person named on the lease? Were actually served with an unlawful detained complaint? If so, prior to being served did you receive a proper notice. Frankly, is sounds like it may be a little late do do anything but you should consult with a local attorney who specializes in unlawful detainer actions.

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  10. Asylum

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Adam Devore
    2. Nicolas Corona Vaca
    3. Jeffrey N Lisnow
    4. J Charles Ferrari
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with the responses given by my two colleagues.

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