Got home from work and noticed that there was from what I've been reading a bank levy on my account, no warning no nothing, the money was just gone, according to the bank the levy was for $1140.10, and they got $159.84, this information along with the lawyers name and tn# is all we have, nothing else, now we did move back in oct of 2008 to another city, but I thought that, if someone sue me they would have to put a legal notice in the newspaper of the last known address? by the way I live in alabama, We could really use any and all help
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