Legal Advice for Summons and Complaint — 12 results
Written by attorney Christopher Leroi, 9 months ago.
For most traffic and misdemeanor offenses, a defendant is served with a Summons and Complaint pursuant to Rule 4.1 of the CO Rules of Criminal Procedure. It is normally issued by the police... more
Written by attorney Catherine May Co, 3 months ago.
Guide to ensure you serve your spouse correctly in an Action for Divorce. Who Can Serve? A person Not a party to the action who is over 18 years of age. What must be served? Summons with... more
Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, about 3 years ago.
The two types of service of summons in Missouri & the differences in remedies available.
Written by attorney Dorothy G Bunce, over 3 years ago.
When you have been sued, it is a natural tendancy to want to defend yourself by explaining that you are a good person & that the creditor has been a jerk. Or that you have plenty of good... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, over 1 year ago.
File on Time
As soon as you are served with process on the Complaint review the summons for the due date of your formal small claims Answer. Make sure you calendar that date and leave... more
Written by attorney Zedrick Braden, over 3 years ago.
Anyone can be named in a lawsuit. This process starts with the case being filed and the courthouse and then having the named defendants served with a summons and complaint.
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, almost 5 years ago.
File on Time As soon as you are served with process on the Complaint review the summons for the due date of your formal small claims Answer. Make sure you calendar that date and leave... more
Written by attorney James Driscoll, almost 5 years ago.
Read the Documents Read each document from beginning to end. Figure out exactly who is the Plaintiff (the person bringing the lawsuit)? Is it the property owner (the landlord), a property... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, over 5 years ago.
What should I do? I was just served by a small claims creditor with a "Summons" and "Complaint". You will have to appear and file an Answer to the Complaint. Can I handle this without an... more
Written by attorney Travis Eller, over 6 years ago.
When a landlord needs to evict a tenant, he or she must properly serve an eviction notice to remove them from the property.
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