Re: What If I Respond?
are you always this mysterious?
if the "document" is part of an existing lawsuit, such a a request for discovery, then if it is an allowable request, you must respond.
If this is all in an attempt to collect a debt with no suit pending, you can do whatever you want. They cannot compell you to answer anything and their statement of your lack of response will be accepted as "negative option" response to your financial affairs, is meaningless.
Since you state something about "attaching wages" I would believe there was already a suit and they recieved a judgement and they are following court rules prior to attaching your wages.
If this is so, then they are most likely correct with the negative option.
What they are saying is;
there are limitations to attaching of wages and rather than they go through with the action and you later try to dissallow the attachment due to your financial status, lets do this to avoid the hassle.
If you do no respond, apparently they will attach your wages and that will be where you are at.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.