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You say that you "have a reply that just went out...." Please clarify:
1. Did you file the motion to alter, amend or vacate, or are you responding to the other parent's motion?
2. If you responded, then did you already send your responsive pleading to the court?
Note: A "reply" in court, is the moving party's responsive pleading to the responding party's response (i.e., motion, then response, then reply). You may already know this, but I want to make sure we're both using the same terminology.
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If you reply provides new evidence, then the other party is entitled to respond to your reply. The judge can consider the evidence in your reply, as long as there is sufficient time before the hearing date. In domestic relations matters, courts usually ignore the time requirements and rule based on the evidence. So, from what you describe at this point, I don't believe you need to do anything further.
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