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    Received motion for summary judgement

    I received a motion from AMEX for a summary judgement.
    I was thinking about filing a motion for mediation. I called the clerk of court and they said I need to send them a letter and the judge a letter request why.

    My salary will be going down in the next 30 days or so and I want to wait till then to file.

    Can the judge deny my motion and just grant them the summary judgment? Or is there more to it?

    I'm trying to delay this so I can file with the lower salary.

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    Filing an answer to the original suit would have slowed down the lawsuit. When a creditor files a motion for summary judgement (MFJ/MFSJ), it's usually an indicator that the debtor never answered the lawsuit. A letter/motion to the judge to seek mediation may also delay the case, but I know nothing about the intricacies of "small" claims court (claims under $250K).
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    I am not an attorney. Any advice provided is not legal advice.

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