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Asked on: 5/05/13, 1:34 pm

In brief I've received court document for 10k judgement from collection attorney this march ago, after research seems i've been sued and lost , I was NOT aware of such action, I'm now receiving letters stating the attorney is "Considering Debtor Examination Rule 69" April 29...this is moving fairly quick, how can I protect myself? this appears originate from a fed student loan 20 years ago, the default lawsuit was recorder Sept 2012 (i had no knowledge, no servicing) note this case is in US District Court /Central District of California not your usually courthouse. I didn't  even know I  had a student loan only my grant.. I think i have a right to a motion to set aside ? can they proceed the debtor examination even if a set the motion? and last should i call the collection's attorney? need help with forms and legal advise

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