summons to reply
I recieved a summons to reply, about a promissory
note in the sum of $70,000.00 that was never recorded,
and i never signed, dated 1998, no due dates.
But a deed of trust was recorded as a sale of all my property and home, my name noterized , but i never have entered into any contracts with this out of state Co. Contracts dated months apart.
Deed of trust has many errors, me as grantor and me as grantee, plus not even correct address..ect.
But summons has several pages trying to correct it all. From 1998 to 2001...and not one notice of a payment due..straight to foreclose. I never barrowed
$70,000.00 from anyone...They do show where someone
that is deceased recieved $61,000.00, my name listed
also..can i handle any of this myself?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: summons to reply
Do not try to handle this yourself. This kind of case involves complicated rules of law and procedure. Contact an attorney right away and show him all of the documents involved and fully inform him of the pertinent facts and circumstances.
From what you have written, this case appears to involve fraudulent documents with forged signatures and false notarizations.
These claims may indeed be wrongful. Nevertheless, you will definitely need to defend yourself in a timely manner against all such claims.
There are time limits and statutes of limitation that may apply, so you should act promptly.
There may also be criminal sanctions that can be invoked against a forger or someone who has slandered another's title.
Contact an attorney immediately.
This response does not establish a lawyer-client relationship. If you wish to engage my services as your attorney, you will need to contact me in person or by telephone.