I received a letter form an attorney, resembling this template.
(Header of that template for posterity):
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF BLAH PLAINTIFF'S NAME ) Case No.: #### Plaintiff(s) ) vs. ) WRITTEN INTERROGATORIES DEFENDANT'S NAME ) TO RESPONDING PARTY Defendant(s) ) SET 1 ______________________)
No clerk signature, no judge signature, only signatures I see are the attorney's and the signature of someone, who I assume is from his office, on a "proof of service by mail."
The questions are requesting a lot of personal information including driver's license #, social security #, bank account #, savings account #, employer information, etc.
For background information: I had a bad split with my previous employer who is being petty. Made the man millions of dollars and he can't let $5,000 go. A small claims verdict was entered in his favor in 2010.
What I am trying to determine is: Am I required to respond to this?