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Sever, Daniel C - Sever Law Office in Rancho Mirage, CA

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Cecilia Laureys added information

At 58, this is the first time in my life I have sought legal remedy to persons abusing the law and causing loss and harm to as a consequence. But seeking this by resolutions inherently present in the law, has instead become yet another ongoing hardship, with continued umpugnity towards the defendants ignoring the legal process, and an attorney that assured her services on time and per the specific needs shown by records, and instead, disappeared for weeks at a time, delivered the amended plea over one month from the needed time,causing me to be summoned by the courts for appearances pertaining to this, as well as having to file the plea at her assurances, despite my concerns about what to me, a layperson, seemed to be anomalous to the purpose. Once these issues did manifest as being the case, the attorney was equally non-responsive towards helping to fix the problems caused by her also well documented period of initial assurances but post paid negligent response and delivery of paid task. Please respond to help one more of the millions of inexperienced 'plaintiffs' that turn to attorneys for the very important services that only they are skilled to provide and without which, we are denied the rights of law we can attain, only by the those of you with the legal capacity and ability, to provide to us.
I am in need of an experienced attorney to
Determine whether in fact, I must a) file forms towards leave to file a 2nd amended complaint approved by judge Nov 22nd, having missed that deadline due to circumstances introduced in content of this email below b) If above is indeed required, I seek same attorney engagement to file this request for leave to file 2nd amendment
If above is in fact required, and then granted, same attorney to execute the 2nd amended complaint, so to correctly reincorporate and/or incorporate the causes of action and elements removed from original complaint by fist amended, as well as inclusion of demands for losses and punitve
Ascertain whether I could have, and/or still can, instead of the above or in addition to the above, submit request for default to the court the judge had profered on Nov 22, 2017, towards a default judgment over defendants have not responded to summonses, or court scheduled appearance Nov 22, 2017 (or original demand letter)
Expounding in brief re the above:
Nov 22, 2017, Judge stated a presumption of granting a requested default- the defendants had neither responded to the summonses, nor appeared that day, Nov 22, for the Trial setting appearance. I expressed my accordance to this, asking if the consequent default judgment filings could go forward after an attorney that did the first amended complaint, had removed demands in original pleading, of related to losses and punitive etc, from the first amended plea.
Judge, “The attorney removed your demands and amounts from the complaint?”
“Yes your honor, from the amended complaint, not from the court required pleading papers filed with the first compliant.”
Judge, ‘So it’s removed from the amended complaint?”
Me: “Yes your honor. same attorney removed major causes of action also, and added a non-existent defendant instead of the John Doe replacement records show she was to have added as a John Doe replacement. That was the reason for amending original complaint".
Judge: “I see you appeared already to show cause for non service that defendant”.
Me: “Yes your honor, and the judge dismissed that named defendant from the first amended complaint.”
Judge: “You should seek different legal counsel from what I see.
Do you want to request then, leave to file a second amended complaint?”
Me: “If the amended complaint prevents granting a default, then it seems I have to amend the complaint... , or... is that.. ?
Judge: “I can't give you advice about your case specifically. I can tell you again to get other legal council.
Me: “Yes your honor, the attorney has indeed compromised my case.
Judge: So, Do you request leave then, for a second amendment?

Me: “Yes your honor I believe, yes…
Judge: "Can you have it in 30 days?”
Me: "Yes. Um, yes your honor."
Judge: “Granted”
However, amending complaint, presented complications which I, a layperson, am not equipped to have correctly handled. It seems there are many factors allowing or disallowing one to resubmit causes of action and other in original pleading, removed from 1rst amended complaint, The complexity of whether to re-include what the 'attorney' had removed when executing the debacle of first amended complaint to the second was complicated
This was during the Thanksgiving/ Christmas holiday season, and communication efforts to engage a local attorney went unanswered through and beyond December 22 , 2017 deadline to file 2nd amended complaint.
The PS superior court respondent stated I could no longer file the 2nd amended complaint without submitting court required forms requesting leave to file.The person with whom I spoke at PS superior court, stated emphatically, that they are not allowed to provide the form number or name of that which she'd just insisted, I must file so to comply with the courts to go forward with my lawsuit.

Written January 2018 on a Monday (2018-01-08)

Cecilia Laureys added information

I am in need of an experienced attorney to

Determine whether in fact, I must                                                                                                    a) file forms towards leave to file a 2nd amended complaint approved by judge Nov 22nd, having missed that deadline due to circumstances introduced in content of this email below                                                                                                                                                                  b) If above is indeed required, I seek same attorney engagement to file this request for leave to file 2nd amendment                                                                                                                                 
If above is in fact required, and then granted, same attorney to execute the 2nd amended complaint, so to correctly reincorporate and/or incorporate the causes of action and elements removed from original complaint by fist amended, as well as inclusion of demands for losses and punitve
Ascertain whether I could have, and/or still can, instead of the above or in addition to the above,  submit request for default to the court the judge had profered on Nov 22, 2017, towards a default judgment over defendants have not responded to summonses, or court scheduled appearance Nov 22, 2017 (or original demand letter)
Expounding in brief re the above:

 Nov 22, 2017, Judge stated a presumption of granting a requested default- the defendants had neither responded to the summonses, nor appeared that day, Nov 22, for the Trial setting appearance. I expressed my accordance to this, asking if the consequent default judgment filings could go forward after an attorney that did the first amended complaint, had removed demands in original pleading, of related to losses and punitive etc, from the first amended plea.
Judge, “The attorney removed your demands and amounts from the complaint?”  

“Yes your honor, from the amended complaint, not from the court required pleading papers filed with the first compliant.”  

Judge, ‘So it’s removed from the amended complaint?”
Me: “Yes your honor. same attorney removed major causes of action also, and added a non-existent defendant instead of the John Doe replacement records show she was to have added as a John Doe replacement. That was the reason for amending original complaint".

Judge: “I see you appeared already to show cause for non service that defendant”. 
Me: “Yes your honor, and the judge dismissed that named defendant from the first amended complaint.”

Judge: “You should seek different legal counsel from what I see.
Do you want to request then, leave to file a second amended complaint?”

Me: “If the amended complaint prevents granting a default, then it seems I have to amend the complaint... , or... is that.. ?
Judge: “I can't give you advice about your case specifically. I can tell you again to get other legal council.
Me: “Yes your honor, the attorney has indeed compromised my case.
JUdgeL: So, Do you request leave then, for a second amendment?

Me: “Yes your honor I believe, yes…
Judge: "Can you have it in 30 days?”
Me: "Yes. Um, yes your honor."
Judge: “Granted”

 However, amending complaint, presented complications which I, a layperson, am not equipped to have correctly handled. It seems there are many factors allowing or disallowing one to resubmit causes of action and other in original pleading, removed from 1rst amended complaint, The complexity of whether to re-include what the 'attorney' had removed when executing the debacle of first amended complaint to the second was complicated

This was during the Thanksgiving/ Christmas holiday season, and communication efforts to engage a local attorney went unanswered through and beyond December 22 , 2017 deadline to file 2nd amended complaint.
The PS superior court respondent stated I could no longer file the 2nd amended complaint without submitting court required forms requesting leave to file.The person with whom I spoke at PS superior court, stated emphatically, that they are not allowed to provide the form number or name of that which she'd just insisted, I must file so to comply with the courts to go forward with my lawsuit.
At 58, this is the first time in my life I have sought legal remedy to persons abusing the law and causing loss and harm to as a consequence. But seeking this by resolutions inherently present in the law, has instead become yet another ongoing hardship, with continued umpugnity towards the defendants ignoring the legal process, and an attorney that assured her services on time and per the specific needs shown by records, and instead, disappeared for weeks at a time, delivered the amended plea over one month from the needed time,causing me to be summoned by the courts for appearances pertaining to this, as well as having to file the plea at her assurances, despite my concerns about what to me, a layperson, seemed to be anomalous to the purpose. Once these issues did manifest as being the case, the attorney was equally non-responsive towards helping to fix the problems caused by her also well documented period of initial assurances but post paid negligent response and delivery of paid task. Please respond to help one more of the millions of inexperienced 'plaintiffs' that turn to attorneys for the very important services that only they are skilled to provide and without which, we are denied the rights of law we can attain, only by the those of you with the legal capacity and ability, to provide to us.

Written January 2018 on a Monday (2018-01-08)

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Sever, Daniel C - Sever Law Office
41750 Rancho Las Palmas Dr, #n-2
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

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Monday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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