And it looks kind of important...what are you supposed to do? Normally I notice that it's addressed to someone who doesn't live here anymore and I just write on the envelope "no longer lives here, return to sender", but yesterday I got some letter from a law firm and like an idiot just opened it without even looking at the address. I assumed it was something for DH's workers' comp and it was the company's law firm or something.
It's totally for one of the previous owners (it's a collection notice) and now I'm wondering what I should do. I don't want to get into trouble for opening it but I know it was just a mistake...should I send it back? Call the law firm? Throw it away? Am I overthinking this?