yes we did file twice 1st fl. only me ,then when he filed in wis he claimed he was owed $ for work on car so we put that in our cross claim in wis case because when heard in florida it may be dismissed because car theft happened in wis my ? can judge dismiss my cross claim in wis just because it was filed by my attorney in florida before it actually is considered
i have a court civil court date walworth county wisconsin tomorrow opposing counsel is trying to dismiss my counter claim because same is being heard but not decided yet in florida its a issue with my 1970 red chevelle which was stripped totally while in his posession i filed in sarasota fl but were still in the beginning stages and not sure judge will side with us on a jurisdiction issue i.am asking wis judge to contiune on his decision till florida decides as it may have to be heard in wis.
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