This question seems to be asking how one files a "pro se" counter suit in which you act as your own lawyer. Otherwise you would simply contact a lawyer to do it for you. So I will proceed from that perspective.
First caveat. I am not giving legal advice, simply passing on the education I received in the subject.
Most often, a counter suit is actually called a "counter claim", and is filed by adding it to Brief filed in response to an original or modified Complaint. Depending on what level of the Courts you are in, you must first find out the proper form of such a response Brief, the page format, font, spacing, service requirements, time limitations and other such rules.
If in the District Court of the State, you would consult the Uniform Rules of Civil Procedure. You should also find out if the Court has local rules they apply as well.
Often all of this can be found on the State Website for the Law Library, and many even have fill in the blank forms for such filings. The information can also usually be found on the State Website under the Annotated Codes of the state, in their legislatively spelled out form.
Finally, I have found it invaluable to go to theof the state involved and search on the subject i am involved with to read what opinions have already been given in the areas I wish to make claims in. I.E If I wanted to argue that age was of no importance in a case concerning when a person can become a citizen, I would search on the keywords "age" and "Citizen", and read all the opinions that fit this. You might find someone has already set the precedent you need to cite to win, and as most states also have the Briefs online, you could get a template to use for your own Brief complete with the argument already written out.
One final Caveat. It is often stated by Judges or Lawyers that "a person that represents himself in Court has a fool for a Client". They truly believe this, as the rules of procedure are indeed complicated. However, if you study the rules of procedure, you can learn them. Then, since all Courts must give Pro Se litigants as much room for error and as great a learning curve as possible in their own defense BY LAW, you can represent yourself, and win. Mostly Lawyers really don't want to go to trial, and most cases are settled long before a case comes to trial. Lawyers make more money for less work when they negotiate settlements.
Trials are expensive for those who pay lawyers, and many litigants don't want to get that far into debt if there is a chance they will lose and have to pay all legal fees. If a trial gets length so the Court can give the Pro Se litigant the legal leeway they are due, (which costs the Pro se litigant nothing for the extra time, but costs much for the person paying the lawyer), is a thorn in the foot of any non Pro se litigant and their Lawyer.
Note! Several good websites with forums full of people that represent themselves in court, exist. The one I like best is www.suijuris.net but there are many. "Sui Juris" is another way of saying "I represent myself", same as Pro Se. So is "In Propria Persona" or "In my Proper Person as Myself".
Yes, the creditor can sue regardless of the mental state of the account holder. Whether the account holder was legally competent at the time the agreement was made is a matter for the court to decide. If the consumer was not coererced or deceived into opening the account in a way that could be deemed illegal, there would not be grounds for a countersuit.
WHy would you want to file countersuit??? What would you sue for? You cant sue until they sell the car for an unreasonable low price so then you cant prevent low ball sale. After its sold for low ball price, you have to either prove the lender "gave" it away OR they broke some law in doing so. If you are soooo worried about the sale price, why dont YOU sell it/get someone to assume payments. that way you control/know how much balance is owing.
You can file suit against them and this will force them to have their insurance company become involved to defend them and/or settle the claim. Be aware that in order for them to be liable for any injuries you had from your fall they would have had to do something negligently to cause the fall. If you sue them without cause they can file a countersuit against you for any costs to defend the suit. Be sure you can prove their negligence and your injuries.
The best thing to do would be to consult an attorney and file a countersuit against the unlicensed driver. You should also contact your insurance company, as you may have given them power of attorney for you in terms of automobile accidents when you signed your insurance contract, in which case your insurance company must sue for you.
There are no forms per se other than those that are required to file a custodial suit.The parent wishing to obtain full custody must file suit against the other biological parent in the court in the county that holds jurisdiction in such matters.The non custodial parent has the right to file an objection and file countersuit if they so choose.The judge takes all evidence by all parties into consideration, the filing of a parenting plan by both parties is usually required as well.Judges make custodial decisions based upon what is best for the child and not what the parent(s) want.
The man who has been named as the father and ordered to pay support would need to file a countersuit claiming he is not the biological father of the child/children. Documentation would be required to prove such a claim and/or proof of claims of any other reason he is not obligated to pay support for the child/children named in the court order.
There can be no suit for custodial rights unless the biological parents have been notified of the action and given a chance to respond and/or file a countersuit. An exception of the law might be, if the biological parent has voluntarily relinquished parental rights and the court has agreed or the court has issued an order permanently terminating parental rights to the child in question.
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