I would call a local attorney ASAP and try to find out exactly what the letter should be in your state. IF indeed a letter will do what you need done. Sometimes a recovery agent/process server will tell you what they think you want to hear to calm you down. They could be misinformed as to what needs to be done.
You should accept them and appear at the hearing.
If you are not served with papers and you know about the pending case than you should contact a family law attorney to get you in the court and part of the custody. Its too complex to do it yourself. Retain an attorney.
There is no particular obligation for a process server to present ID. Everyone should carry ID on them. If the papers have been legally served, then the lack of ID or refusal to show ID is not a defect in the service of the papers.
When a car has been repossessed the person paying the insurance should cancel it.
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Perhaps, but the mother should also be charged for harboring an illegal alien.
You should discuss this with an attorney, but the investigation will likely center on the person it was repossessed from.
This state has regulations concerning how papers must be served on someone. If your boyfriend meets those requirements, he can serve those papers. Since you should have a lawyer if you are going to get a divorce, why don't you ask your lawyer so you will follow the law in your location.
You should most likely try to find out if the papers were drawn up. If not, you can begin the divorce process yourself.
Yes. You should be served with notice.Yes. You should be served with notice.Yes. You should be served with notice.Yes. You should be served with notice.
You should seek assistance from the clerk at the court that issued the papers.You should seek assistance from the clerk at the court that issued the papers.You should seek assistance from the clerk at the court that issued the papers.You should seek assistance from the clerk at the court that issued the papers.
the papers should be photocopied
Red bordeaux should be served at room temperature, white should be served chilled.
You were served papers. Check with child support enforcement to get a printout, which should be done every six months. see links
Yes of course you should!
You have to be served with divorce papers. Unless you are in hiding, you should be visited by a server if a divorce is in the works. Or, yu could just ask your spouse if he is filing?
The lender should let you know, you can contact them and they should tell you.
Only if you intend to get it back.
It should be served slightly chilled.
If there is debt and the estate isn't paying for it, yes. The estate should make arrangements to resolve the issue. If they don't pay the loan, it can be repossessed.
Cold foods should be served at around 50 degrees. Frozen dishes like ice cream should be served at 35 to 40 degrees. Hot foods should be served at 100 to 110 degrees.
Read the papers wihich you should have been served with when the order was instituted by the court. If "emergency" circumstances are not covered, you must contact the court for clarification and/or permission to violate the order.
If a creditor files a motion for relief from stay in any bankruptcy proceeding, the papers should be served on the debtor's attorney of record.
It should be served anytime!