Civil Summons


#1

You should be able to go to the courthouse and get the necessary forms and help with filling it out.

Best of luck to you.

Phil


#2

Dear griffin5:

Greetings. You need to file a Motion for Extension of Time and draft an Order for Extension of Time. Then, take these forms down to the clerk of court in the county where the litigation exists and file them.

I would recommend that you speak with an attorney, look in other court files, or get a friend to show you one from their records as a “go by.” As far as I know, the court does not have these forms as standard forms for you to fill out. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#3

I recived a civil summons and I need to respond in 30 days. I dont have a lawyer and everybody tells me to look online. I need to find the correct form to ask the court for more time to find a lawyer within my budget they want 5,000 or 3500 and nobody wants to take have and let me pay on it. I need to know how I can do the request for more time.