I am looking for an attorney that can provide some advice regarding documents I received from a creditor's attorney. The documents received in the packet are as followed:
A notice of filing that was dated and notarized.
An Affidavit of claim that was signed.
A supplemental non-military affidavit that was signed dated and notarized.
An Affidavit of cost that was signed dated and notarized.
Then I received three documents that are exactly the same and they are the final judgement requesting I complete the information fact sheet attached. However all three of these documents are not signed, they are not dated and they are not notarized.
My question is why are all the other documents signed and notarized and and these final judgement papers are blank? With that being said and not being signed off by a judge do I still have to complete the information fact sheet?
Also another question is why are they requesting my spouse's personal information when he has nothing to do with the judgment?
Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
By failing to defend your case, you lost your case. Worrying about notarizations is not going to get you anywhere. I strongly suggest you get yourself to a lawyer ASAP and bring all your documents with you.
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When a judgment is placed against you, which appears to have been the case, the law then compels you to provide certain information for purposes of collections. This is likely the paperwork you are seeing. An attorney may be able to help, but only if you get in to see them right now.
It sounds like a judgment was entered against you. The documents you recite are the standard documents required to be submitted when a plaintiff requests that the court enter a judgment. The fact information sheet included with the judgment is required to be completed by you. Due to the severity of the situation, i recommend you consult with an attorney.
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