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thank you, XXXXX XXXXX is understandable, and I was incorrect, however it also seems the last part of your answer also makes sense, and is close to what I just sent to her attorney, I basically stated I don't understand why if the current county could not do both , that she could have requested leave to file the divorce also within the county that had original jurisdiction over the old support order, despite the fact we now lived in a different county, this would have consolidated both cases and we wouldn't have to wait on the state DOR TO APPLY EITHER. The original judge could have done everything, Now because Ive complained so much , my wife has agreed to attempt to move forward on the divorce , and wait on the state and prior court to reply to whatever documents her attorney filed , She said her lawyer now told her that she can file some type of amendment asking to proceed on the divorce before the state or prior court replies, " however the judge may deny that request for dissolution of marriage until the judge is sure the child support is in forced etc... And if that happens, I am shit out of luck, and will have to wait for the State DOR, and The other court, which the clerks have told me the Judge might take up to 3 # XXXXX before the judge even makes any reply, and when the Judge does, the Judge might request a hearing to make sure both parties are infact in agreement to increase the support amount , despite sworn affidavits supplied with the request, ??? please whats your reply on this course of action etc... Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX ALSO STATED HER LAWYER WILL HAVE TO SEND ME SOME DOCUMENT TO SIGN ALSO , I PRESUME TO GET MY OK TO TRY AND MOVE FORWARD WITH THE DIVORCE WITH A ENFOREMNET ORDER IN PLACE...
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