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Thanks for you answer,
So do I submit two separate documents simultaneously, listing the reasons in both documents or do I submit one document with the title stating " motion to reconsider and vacate judgement " ?
Is the fact that my attorney withdrew "objection to claims" against estate, without consulting me, sufficient to vacate the judgement in your opinion ?
TO consider: I do not have any "new evidence", the judge failed to look at evidence and hear testimony. More importantly, my attorney just withdrew objections without consulting me and thereby allow final accounting to go through. So what i do want him to do is look at the evidence and then adjudicate. All he ( OK judge-ancillary) did was refer to the findings of the primary probate judge in CT and state that it was dispositive of the issues raised in OK, thereby converting sole property into joint industry property. The problem is that the CT findings do not address the status of real property in OK, I have an attorney look at it and he says so too.
What does "pro se litigants" mean ?
I understand that you state for me to submit two separate motions, but since the contents in the memorandum are the same, is it not superfluous to do so, especially since i do not have any new evidence. I just think the attorney acted improperly and the judge's reading of the CT findings was erroneous to the matter at hand.
So will I have to set two separate hearing dates or does a denial of the "motion to reconsider" automatically trigger the next "motion to vacate" and a corresponding hearing date ?
Are appeals filed on Motion to Vacate only OR are they filed on Motion to reconsider too ?
Are the hearings to decide the granting/denial of these motions only ?
Meaning that if successful, I will get to present my case on the original pleadings at another future hearing, correct ?
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