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Or is it possible for all pro se defendants to sign one single answer?
Each separate party needs to file a separate answer. The short answer is that a pro se party is unable to appear for anyone other than himself or herself.See question
Since these facts have not been proven, what value or purpose do they have in an answer? Defendants usually preface these facts with “By way of further response…”
It depends on the materiality of the added "facts." Sometimes adding "facts"in this manner is gratuitous. Other times presenting facts in an answer is strategic: part of telling the story in a way that enhances the narrative.See question
I work for a company that was served with an information subpoena for one of our former employees. The case was from a JJ entered in 2006, so I called court and case was dissolved as they never re-activated it after the 1st 10 year period. (In K...
Have the company's attorney contact the attorney for the judgment-creditor to discuss these concerns.See question
I get off work at 6:00 and it takes 40 mins to get to the library near me and when i arrived there at 6:45 they were closed when they are supposed to be open till 7:00 pm but they fined me for being a day late $3 dollars for every item(10) i borro...
No suit necessary. Contact the librarian in charge and make your case in writing. Be polite and respectful and state your hardship. You are likely to have the fine waived. If not, you gave it your best shot. Pay what is owed and get on with your life. Fighting this matter in court is not worth your time or anyone elses.See question
There is a wage garnishment against my husband from a higher court. The court I had my case in said once they mail papers out that it isn't their responsibility to make sure the recipient gets it.
If there is any question your husband can visit the court clerk's office in person and review the entire file docket. Be sure his correct address is on file. In addition, the wage garnishment must be served against his employer so he can also obtain a copy from his paymaster/HR.Good luck.See question
i am pro se plaintiff the discovery is finished why the judge wants the parties to file a joint pre-trial order it is bad or good? and also file 56.1 statement too
It could be bad for you depending on the facts and how they are presented to the court. Federal cases are won and lost at this pretrial stage so be very careful.See question
They won by deception and clear violation of the Law . Knocked down my experts, the injuries records and the Court allowed it. I will appeal of course. But what about publishing the case and tell only one side of the story that in fact incorr...
Sounds like no defamation if facts are reported.See question
I am filing for bankruptcy "Pro se" and I am struggling to understand some of the process. I understand that the mailing matrix is supposed to contain all the creditors you owe (and the specific format required by the court with which I am filing)...
The collection agency should be listed as an additional "notice creditor" in addition to the original creditor (e.g., Discover Card). Indeed, you should give notice to anyone and everyone who may hold a claim against you, even if that claim turns out to be contingent, disputed or liquidated. The notice rules are not always intuitive. Consult an experienced bankruptcy lawyer before doing anything on your own.See question
He will be going Prose. I know it is unadvisable a d told him so but he has no other options. The question. Is where is the best place to get the forms he will need to file and is there a way to file it electronically or will he need to drop it of...
Have your friend contact New Jersey Legal Services to determine if he qualifies for pro bono (free) bankruptcy counsel to assist him in understanding his bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy alternatives. Resources are out there. Your friend should not file for chapter 7 bankruptcy relief without first speaking with qualified counsel.See question
Defendant had a paid private attorney who approached the judge to be removed. Judge made this attorney stay until defendant could replace BUT Defendant was having difficulty since there were quit a few co-defendants who had retained criminal paid ...
It sounds like the court is concerned about avoiding further delay as well as being fair to the other parties and serving the interests of justice. If defendant is able to locate a replacement private attorney who can abide by the court-imposed time limitations and other requirements particular to this case, it is possible the court will formally allow this incoming attorney to join the case on defendant's behalf.See question