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1. Do I need attorney for filing move away request. Is my case stronger to fight alone in front of my husband paid attorney.
You don't have to have an attorney but you greatly increase your chances of winning if you have one.
2. Should I mention any visitation plan in my move away papers or not. If yes, Should I mention one week in summer and one week in winter. Is this enough?
This is a hard one to answer because to a certain degree it really depends on the judge. My inclination is to say yes, mention it, because some judges require that everything be in the pleadings but it does give the other side enough time to work up a defense to it.
3. So should I file all these supporting documents with my declaration in move away request papers. Or should I wait for hearing date to show directly to judge?
You want to be sure that the evidence is admissible but if it is then you should probably file it as an attachment to the motion. However, if you have been sent discovery in your case ten you would want to file it as a response to the discovery.
Most judges don't really look at the file before court unless it is a highly publicized case. However, on the off chance that they do look at it then the more information you put in there the better off you are.
If you decide to hire an attorney then let them make the call on what to file and what not to file because they will know the judge and what that particular judge likes for you to do.
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