We have requested an oral argument however she has waived her right to oral argument. The last time the court denied the oral argument stating there was no need for both of us to travel to NJ since we both live out of state. I would like to be able to state my case to the judge however I believe again it will be a paper hearing.
She did submit her "rant" under oath since the last motion we filed it was not certified so we pointed that out and she replied to our reply with a corrected certification???? So she made sure she starred that statement on her paperwork. I will keep my reply short however is it wise to point out the falsehood of the statements as I have supporting documents that show the truth. Can I request that her cross motion be denied due to not completing the necessary paperwork?
Would you recommend any site where I can get more information on Request for relief. I thank you for all your help you have been very insightful.
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