I would advise you to no post specifics on a pending case. You should defend the matter or attempt to resolve the claim informally. You do not want to let her obtain a default judgment against you. If you choose to defend the matter, you should review California Code of Civil Procedure starting with section 116.110 and thereafter. There are special rules in small claims court -- those sections should give you a good start. There may also be free legal advisers provided by the court house. Best of luck. If you lose as a defendant, you have the right to appeal within a certain amount of time.
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I agree, you shouldn't post anymore specifics of the case. You should also first respond to the complaint as soon as possible. If you are being sued in L.A. county, the Los Angeles Superior Court website has a lot of information on small claims cases. http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/smallclaims/ui/ Based on the few small claims matters I've handled (as an appeal) technicalities will win the day, so read the rules.Ask a similar question