motion tp reconsider
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Nevada
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Good evening! I can help you out with your legal question tonight. What is your question about a Motion to Reconsider?
I am an attorney here in Nevada, but what questions do you have relating to a MTC?
Imay have waited too long, the motion was filed May10th
I see, what can I help you out with tonight?
Is that true??Can I approach the judge directly? and how? where to get forms etc.?
I'm sorry, I don't know what you have asked me. Are you in state court or federal court?
Who filed the Motion to consider? You or the opposing side?
I am here in lv nv, I filed a motion for direct deposit of alimony and was denied this is what I want reconsidered.Family court I was denied because my ex LIED to his attorney and the judge
Thank you, I am here in Las Vegas also. When is the hearing on the Motion or did it already happen?
it was May 10th
Yes, then you can file your motion to reconsider in family court. You will need to state in your motion how your ex lied and attach exhibits of any proof to support your motion.
Which judge are you in front of?
Kenneth Pollock What is the best way for me to proceed? I don't have a vehicle. I have all the proof in my computer including phone bills since he stated he called me to not cash the check, this is the LIE. I was forced to move the end of May which is why it has taken me so long to get to this
I understand, let me see if I can find a motion to reconsider for you... one moment.
I also feel I wasn't given the opportunity to tell my side and show any evidence, I would really like a sit down with Judge Pollock??
You can't sit down without opposing counsel there, but you can get another shot to explain.....
Here is an order on one of my cases where we were successful in getting the court to reconsider...
His atty has ended his time with my ex so what do I do?? I'll try to print that tomorrow--no paper
If your ex no longer has an attorney, then you will file the motion and then serve it upon your ex, certified mail, return receipt requested.
Yikes!! How do I get a court date? go tofamily court? Am I justified in doing this?
If you feel you were right, then yes, it is worth it. There is no additional cost to file it. You get a court date from the court after you file it. They will put it on the calendar, then you have to let your ex know.
OK thank you for your help
You are very welcome! Good luck and have a good night. Please accept so that I can continue to help others.
I'll send a follow up email to you in a month to see if you need further help.
where is the accept button??
I'm not sure, it is usually a green button.
Over 12 years of business and legal experience.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions after your Motion. I hope everything worked out.
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