I had a retail store that I had to close because of my child's health issues. My plan was to sell on my website from my home but then immediately I wound up having major surgery and then complications. I was unable to work for several months and got behind on a net 60 account. My husband sent a few small payments in for me a few times but I was honestly in no shape to attend to any of my business matters. Now I get a letter from an attorney that is to the company I owe and I am CC'd on it. In the letter the attorney tells the company not to accept any payments from me as he is trying to preserve their rights. Well the company has been accepting these payments I have been making. Can they still sue me if they are accepting my payments?
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Of course they can but it will make it harder since you are making payments. The judge could just throw it out since you are making payments but it really depends on the judge. But it would be odd for them to sue you since you would stop making the payments as soon as they do and they may never seem a dime ever again from you.