We have not got to the final equitable distribution yet?
that money needs to satify alot of those final issues.
I have not submitted anything as far as an inventory or bills as of the seperation, to the judge either did my x as of today and as far as I know but if she did would I be notified that she is ready but I am not?
No hearing is schedule for the equidable distribuation at this time
this hearing is only bc my wifes attorney petition the court to be relieved from his responsibility of that escrow money.
My x's attorney is showing up to court.
I wont have an attorney , should I? would it make a differance if I had representation for that day? I beleive her attorney is only going to be there to be releived.
I dont think he is going to represent her at that hearing.
Can I check the docates or something else to see if she will have him there to represent her?
Wouldnt I have a right to know if she will have representation before that day? or will the courts allow a last min suprise representation? i am unsure about if the judge would just distribute the funds between my x and myself because if we get into whats owed or outstanding debts that kind of leads into a longer hearing
I would like to have the opportunity to have representation for the final equitable distribution phase.Could/ would the judge start the equitable distribution process that day.
I would hope that would be for another hearing.
That is more involved and I wouldnt think that hearing would be quick?
What is it called that has to be submitted from both parties before a equitable hearing is scheduled?
Again, what could happen to the money in escrow if neither party is represented.
knowing neither party submitted anything to the courts for the final equitable distribution phase and no dates are schedule
only my opinion that money needs somehow to be applied when that final hearing is schedule
I still cant see how the judge is going to distribute the money that day? again how?
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