A judge will not engage in a one sided conversation ( ex parte) conversation /review of documents with you. Once the case is complete if you want to try to get new evidence reviewed you must request a new trial, or appeal.
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You cannot refuse to comply with the court order property division even if you felt pressured. All property that is to be turned over must be turned over or you may face a contempt proceeding. You must appeal or otherwise get a new hearing to get the order modified or vacated in order to not comply.
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