I was just issued a subpoena to provide bank statements, pay stubs, driver's license, and driver's license to a law firm representing the HOA for my housing community. When I went to court, I was just made aware that a judgment was placed against me back in October, which I had no idea. I have never been served and the lawyer representing the HOA stated that it was in a local newspaper, which I never read. I am trying to attempt to work out a payment plan but the law firm is being hard nose and will not work with me until I provide the documents in the subpoena. Do I have a case and can I prepare a motion to set aside on my own? Are there any examples of such filings in Tennessee.
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