My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: Virginia
Hello all. First time on this site. About a year ago I had to move back home due to losing my job of 2 and a half years due to recession cutbacks. I finished out my apartment lease and filed a change of address with the Post Office. Today I have a Summons To Answer Interrogatories taped to my door(Seemed to have no problem finding me now). Basically to see what kind of property I own I am guessing. Seems there was a court date that I knew nothing about. I never even got a letter from the Collection Agency to try to work out an old debt(has nothing to due with apartment) before it went to court. I am just amazed that there was no contact from the collections agency, yet they get a judgement againtst me. I tried to read up on serving procedures in the state of Virginia but after reading was still confused as to if they could just tape court papers to an old address that I no longer lived at? I feel that I should ask to Vacate the Judgement. Am I correct? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.