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I just asked a question on a different board and forgot you practiced in your former life.
I got a "Notice Of Service Attempt" from the Texas supreme court last night in my door. It just said they were trying to serve me legal documents. I can't figure out for the life of me why the Texas supreme court would be.
I've got an LLC that I haven't messed with in about a year, but it's still active and I haven't filed sales tax, even though I know I have to. Besides that, I've got a few collection agencies after me, but that wouldn't have anything to do with the supreme court of Texas, would it?
Disclaimer: This is not legal advice and I know nothing about Texas. The rules of service are state-specific, so I can't really comment on this document. I will say, though, that often in some states, documents are labeled with the Supreme Court just because that court controls, not necessarily because the case is filed there. Without seeing the document and looking into, I can't help much. Is there any information in the document that gives you someplace to follow up?
Life is hard. It's really hard if you're stupid.
Thanks for responding. Yeah, it just gives a person's name and number on there to call. I'm guessing it's a lawsuit for collections, I just wasn't sure why it would be noted with Supreme Court on it and it's nothing more than a piece of white notebook paper that's typed on, so it doesn't look official at all.
I would call the number and find out what is going on. If it is for collections, just tell them you need a demand in writing and handle accordingly.
Thank, bluz. I gave you 2 upvotes. That's as good as 400 bucks an hour isn't it?
Sure. I won't even bother sending you a bill.
You're in trouble
I know. I have a shame.
Don't listen to Bluz. You use the paper as toilet paper then return to sender.
No return to sender address. It was stuck in my door like a Chinese menu. But I like your thinking.
Perk, if we never hear from you again, watch yer cornhole bud.
The will is not here, the will is at my office next to the hot plate with the frayed wires.
Thanks, Barry. I wonder if they have internet in prison so I can still hang out here.
Hey Perk, I just saw the guy that was trying to serve you, spoke with him too...
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They probably found out about your plan. You know, the plan, man. Stick to the plan.
Hey Bluz, long time no see. Hope you are well.
So is this why Perk vanished? He's trapped in a debtors prison in El Paso I bet. I suppose that's really the same as saying he's just stuck in El Paso.
I've definitely had some fine times in that town.
Reminds me of 8 heads in a duffle bag...
... and donkey shows.
Hey man! I've had a challenging year physically, but that seems to be behind me so all is good.
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