Every state allows pretrial discovery in lawsuits. You can pose questions about the allegations of the lawsuit, demand production of documents and tax depositions of witnesses. The exact procedures and forms vary by state.
If the creditor and the attorney are amenable to the deal, then absolutely. Their objective is to get paid, so they will usually take the path of least resistance in getting the money owed them. Just make sure that this is actually an attorney representing the creditor, not a collection agency acting on its own behalf (they often have attorneys, too). That changes things significantly.
This is a misnomer. When an account is sent to debt collections, the collection agency does not typically own it. They are simply acting on the part of the lender or creditor. When judgment is sought on a bad debt, it is the lender who is suing. They are perhaps doing so through the collection agency and the lawyer they have under contract, but it is not the collection agency who is suing.
I'm not an attorney, but I think it would have to do with the arrangements that were made when the day care was provided. If it was understood that payment was expected, then she can expect payment. She'll have a hard time demanding payment now for services that were understood to be free of charge when offered.
It depends on what you are suing for in the lawsuit. If you are suing for adverse possession, for example, your lawsuit would be considered moot after you sold the property (unless the court substituted the new owner as plaintiff). But if you were suing for damage to the property, your state's laws would most likely allow the lawsuit to continue. A real estate attorney in your area can look at your lawsuit and tell you whether or not you still have a case.
A prosecution witness is someone who will provide evidence for the prosecutions case. If i was representing a client who was shot by his friend and witness by another friend I, as the lawyer (prosecutor), would be representing my client (the victim, or plaintiff), and suing the defendant (the shooter) and calling the witness to testify on behalf of my client (the victim) proving the fact that the defendant shot my client (the plaintiff).
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