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Hi, how are you? My name isXXXXX'm a very experienced attorney and I'm here to help.
First, I agree with the advice given to you by the previous expert based on the information provided at the time.
Regarding responding to the Motion, yes you can file a Response to the Motion and you are correct that this would be you opportunity to state (briefly) your positions to the court prior to the actual hearing.
Hope that helps!
What would I put in the Affadavit? It's a hearing for a temporary order to set child support and visitation. What would I be swearing to in an Affadavit that I'm setting up? You've confused me on this.
Hi, Yes I have a financial statement form, and I found the form to file a separate motion for the dna test, I would greatly appreciate the sample affidavit.
I have contacted customer service and asked them to place the accept with you.
I guess where I'm really confused now is, if this is a hearing to set temporary orders, why wouldn't the judge listen to testimony and how would I present my case without testimony?
Thanks for all the help. (P.S.) If I end up with more questions (which i'm sure I will) is there a way I can select you at the beginning of my question
PERSONALLY APPEARED before me, _________, who being first duly sworn states:
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