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SITTING ON YOUR RIGHTS-YOU SHOULD HAVE STOOD UP SOONER

The Appellate Court agreed with wife’s argument that the trial court should not have entered a default judgment against her.  It had contained a joint custody order.  It contained full detail on how the parties were to share responsibilities and time with the children.  It divided up the assets between the parties.   It divided the [...]

WHAT CAN HAPPEN IF YOU DON’T RESPOND TO DISCOVERY REQUESTS?

The trial court held a hearing on the status of the discovery of this case. Plaintiffs stated that as of that date, the defendant had still not produced all of the requested documents. Defendant's counsel stated that his client was in good-faith compliance with the spirit of discovery. He complained that most of the documents [...]

By | December 5th, 2018|Family Law Articles, Uncategorized|0 Comments