Jeffrey A. Cogan, Esq., Ltd. | Jeffrey A. Cogan
You need to hire a lawyer very much. There is no such thing as a writ of summons for default judgment. I also only had 10 days to file a response to a motion for summary judgment. It is possible that they served you a summons and complaint and a notice of intent to take a default judgment and also served you with a motion for summary judgment. If you would like to hire me, I have done much defense in the credit card collection arena and other defense of enforcement of debts.
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