my wife and i are in the middle of divorce . she made a motion for oder of protection precluding me from removing-transferring assets Home fruniture, monies etc. .I agreed as long as the order was for both . the Judge made the order and then my wife removed everything she could car , camping trailer, transfurred address on morgage and joint accounts. ? is this contemp of court now
State/Country relating to question: New York
called the state police. said it was a cival case ??
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does she need to be severed or will the motion still stand
Thank you for your follow-up.To bring her to court you would need to serve her, and she would have the ability and the right to appear, and to defend herself and her actions. Good luck.Dimitry Esquire41096.9753269329
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