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There was a motion to amend,alter or vacate. My ex spouse felt that the decision was unfair.
Relist: Other. I feel that he is not reading my question at all. It explains what he needs to know. I feel that I am answering the same question over again with him.
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The final decree was signed Dec.31. The motion to amend was set on Jan. 28. I got a court date of March 7. But for some reason I did not get a responses or a letter from my attorney if he respond to the motion to amend. So I'm not sure if I have to respond 20 or 30 calender or work days. I'm not sure if I have to show up to the hearing or pre-trial. These are the things that I am not being told. Sorry if I'm asking you the same question but, what your saying is that I could still send in a response to the motion to amend. Also you stated that A motion to amend, alter or vacate is a difficult motion to prevail on. I know you don't have a crystal ball in front of you but how persuasive you have to be. Once again I apologize if I offended anyone. It's just divorce is a nasty beast.
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