We have been sued by my neighbor for the title/deed and/or access to a 723 square foot easement that lies between his house and our house that we have maintained for the past nine years. We filed for adverse possession in 2014 with the Collin County courts. First, we don't own the property, and we have proof of an email that we sent him and his attorney stating that we don't care if he accesses the easement, we just want him to pay for the damages he does to our property and the easement when he does access it to make repairs to his home. He cost us $600 in sprinkler repairs the last time he came on our property to access the easement. In addition, there is a 26-year-old sprinkler system on the property which, I was told, allows us to follow through with the 20-year Adverse Possession law because we pay for it and have proof of the install receipt from 26 years ago. We basically need to hire someone quick to help us with a General Denial, which I have already typed, I just don't know how to do it formally. I was served on the 23rd, so I believe I have to answer by Monday July 24th because of the 4th of July holiday. Can someone please help me with this? I live in Plano, Texas.