So it is classified as an interim parenting order?
If an application for a warrant is made to the courts that is on notice then I am guessing I will be served with something?
That I can then defend
I have made an application to have an agreed variation included into the order. My ex wishes to enforce the original arrangement in the order and I suspect they intend to apply for a warrant. I have sent a letter to the registrar asking for any application for a warrant to be on notice. Is there any one else at the courts I should write to regarding this?
If my ex applies for a warrant will my application also be presented to the judge as it would relate to the warrant application? or do I need present a new affidavit with my defense?
No. It looks like we are both representing ourselves. Which will be interesting.
my exes notice of defense to my application was emailed from an email address shared with their new spouse and had their address for service.
It is enough for me to have sent a letter to the registrar regarding my request for a warrant application to be on notice?
When you say the judge will see all the documents on file... do you mean all as in whats recently been filed or going back from when we first were in court?
oh yes. the judge will not be pleased.
OK. I have always tried to stay focused on the specific issues and being clear about my position on those issues. But from the start my ex has focused on my character in a negative way. I am not perfect and have over the years made mistakes but they are usually blown way out of proportion. my ex has previously written a 13 page affidavit which mostly focuses on what a terrible person i am. Their spouse wrote a 19 page affidavit which made all sorts of outrageous claims about me including as a teenager and they didn't even know me as a teen. friends of mine filled affidavit which disputed these claims. These affidavits were never read by a judge as the LFC convinced us to do mediation. How much weight would a judge place on hearsay claims in affidavits? How much should I focus on defending untrue claims?
Ok Than You
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