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Old 11-13-2016, 10:06 PM
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trinton has a little shameless behaviour in the past
Default Interim order for something not in original applicTion

I noticed, the lawyer I used to have, didn't actually put any request for Christmas in my original application.

She did not move with my instruction to amend pleadings for 2-2-3 or 5-5-2 but when brought up to settlement conf judge , the judge said material change needs to be proven before I'm allowed to amend pleadings.

Now can I bring a motion for interim Christmas even though I didn't ask for it in my original application ?

OP has said that will provide some time once she has her work schedule but will be keeping child on both Christmas and new years weekends - one of which falls on my regularly scheduled weekend as per the current court order.

Can they argue that I am bringing motion for something that wasn't even in my original motion to change??

What sort of argument could I make against that?


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