thanks and the OC's title is Motion for Ruling On Child Support
thanks and can you tell me I had primary when we were granted the divorce and my x kept on and on attempting to take possession and in OC Motion they state since the judgement there has been ongoing litigation between the parties. This litigation was all from OC. I am not sure if I wholly agree since it wasn't from my but it is true so I have to agree with the statement?
So perhaps agree in part and deny is part. Is the proper legal words Admits in part and deny in part? I can deny that we were in engaged in ongoing litigation if it wasn't from me making the Motions etc for litigation?
in OC motion they say at a hearing I gave testimony of my income and I have no recall of giving testimony. I did a financial disclosure- does this count as me giving testimony at the hearing?
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