Legal Question in Credit and Debt Law in Virginia

what constitutes being legally served in judgement cases

Asked on 1/12/12, 9:25 am

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Cary Moseley Law Office of Cary Powell Moseley, PLLC
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Answered on 1/12/12, 9:39 am
Michael E. Hendrickson Attorney & Counsellor at Law
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If you've been sued by a creditor or other person and a copy of the lawsuit with summons to appear in court attached has been served upon your person or posted at your current residence address, then legal service upon you as a defendant in this suit has most likely been properly made (and, therefore, you had best make plans to respond appropriately to avoid a default judgment against you).

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Answered on 1/12/12, 10:48 am

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