awesome answer, thank you. I dont want to take up more of your time, so just need 3 words form you on these last ones in the form of Yes, no, or maybe - i can pick it up from there..thanks again for the helpful response.
1) must i file a separate motion to add new defendants, or just include it in this motion for leave?
2) do I need to schedule a hearing? usually they dont want that in this western district of ohio.
3) do i have to include a Proposed order granting motion for leave?
oh man, fantastic answers, much better than the three words..I was absolutely wrong on all three points! this motion would have gotten killed come tomorrow!!! I dont know how ive gotten this case to this point after a year against a dozen wealthy people, but the fight must go on for Goodocity sake!! thank you again...have a great night.
i forgot, I am adding some defendants, parents of the main defendant who are also partnered with him in one of this companies, who hid assets in a divorce, and funded -and continue to fund- his romp thru the legal system. There is a name for this, something like "parties in fact" or "parties in actuality" or something close that means they belong as named defendants as I found they have conspired with the main . WOuld you know what term i am looking for? thank you
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