Where You Would Least Expect to See Your Emails & Texts: In Court!

As most of us have become very adept at using email, text, and social media, our lives have sped up. It has become possible for us to instantly connect with one another, feasible to complete transactions with a swipe or a click, and easier to gain knowledge about anything — just Google it. However, along with this has come headaches for attorneys and risks for almost everyon

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Must I Go To Court?

Clients often ask whether or not they must go to court. As in many areas, there is a simple answer and a not-so-simple answer. The simple answer is: if you were named as a defendant in a case and were served with the complaint, you must go to court. If you don’t, and assuming you were served properly and the complaint sets forth a legal basis for relief, a default judgment may be entered against you.

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