D defaulted on $20K loan. I think I was defrauded so I want to freeze D's bank account to avoid it being depleted. To do so I understand that I have to file a complaint and
then file AT-105, AT-115, AT-120, AT-125, AT-135, At-160, and AT-165. Is that correct? Please Claifornia attorneys only.
I do not know how many questions you are going to ask about attachments. However, they are highly technical and courts will deny them if the i's are not dotted and the t's are not crossed. Either hire an attorney to do it right or just go ahead and file and see what happens.
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This cannot be answered in a yes/no format. Filing a complaint requires multiple documents and many requirements that cannot be explained in a post. Attachments also have many requirements which are very technical. You need to retain an attorney to review all of this, otherwise you can attempt to file it yourself and see how it goes.
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