If you have the docket number, you can go to the court where the judgment was entered and obtain a copy of all of the pleadings. In many jurisdictions, you may also be able to obtain a copy of the pleadings from the court's website.
You could contact the court clerk. But I suggest that you send a letter to the law firm demanding that they provide you with a copy of the judgment, all pleadings and proof of service.
under Massachusetts law you must have been served with a copy of the complaint at your home at last known address if this never occurred you might have a way to challenge the judgment. contacting a debt relief attorney in Massachusetts would be a good first step in determining what rights you may have.
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The other attorneys have provided you with excellent advice.
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