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How does a general denial limit the ability for the

How does a general denial limit the ability for the Respondent to bring up new claims or evidence at trial?

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Lucy, Esq.

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My ex and I are preparing for court, largely for a

My ex and I are preparing for court, largely for a modification of child support in Ga.. She is requesting many documents from me. Many of these documents are about my finances and would embaress me if they were released to others. I would normally follow court protocol and send them. However, the last time I did this my ex sent the documents to a friend of hers. Her friend then emailed many of my family/friends this info to humiliate me. Do I have a case to not send them until their is a court order stating these are private? Or do I have a case not to send them given my ex has a history of using them maliciously? I would send relevant documents pertaining to the case, but many documents are just going to be used to embarrass me again.

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As a separate spouse I have child support that I agreed to a

As a separate spouse I have child support that I agreed to a fix amount out of court. Now I believe I'm overpaying, but as a self employed person how can I determine if that is the case? What funds, assets, bank accnts, tax returns do they need to see to calculate what I should owe in pa?

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Lucy, Esq.

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In an Equity Distribution case, was the trial judge supposed

In an Equity Distribution case, was the trial judge supposed to read through and take into consideration the inital interragatories and admissions of the parties? Did he have an obligation to do that? If he did not read them and they contained arguments of law between the parties should these arguments be included as already argued within the case even tho these arguments were no brought up again during the trial? Judge in my case clearly did not understand and apparently did not refer back to laws and prededents I presented in the papers going back and forth prior to the final trial.

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Ely

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It appears that my ex consciously withheld information about

Hi, it appears that my ex consciously withheld information about their earnings that come from multiple employers, and thus their portion of the Child Support Calculation worksheet would have been low-balled.1) What types of income need to be included, and what does not need to be included? I don't want to do discovery if they are somehow allowed to not include the additional, secondary income sources:if they are an independent contractor, but not an employee - or something to that effect?if it is below a certain amount per year?if their time on the job is not consistent... like they work one night a week for a monthn, then off for a month, etc?etc.2) And, what is the best way to get official documentation from their employers that state their date of hire, relationship (employee, independent contractor, etc), earnings, rate of pay, when pay changes were made, etc.?I am considering doing pre-discovery and "INTERROGATORIES AND REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS" but if I ask them to coordinate letters from their employer, I am concerned they will again be deceptive and I not get the facts I am looking for. They are highly deceptive and I want to circumvent that.Thanks!

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I filed for divorce in March of 2016. I was provided my

I filed for divorce in March of 2016. I was provided my husband's bank statements up to the date of my filing; however, I believe there have been material changes in his income since then. Can I file a second request for production or do I have to subpoena that information?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: FloridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: yesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I don't think so, thank you

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I filed for child support but he is self employed and works

Hi. I filed for child support but he is self employed and works in cash business. He has not provided his business income tax and his w2 is 11K which I know is not true. He just doesn't want to pay child support. He also drags his feet for the last 4 months not providing anything that was asked. He will throw few docs every hearing but it would be my tax return from previous year not thats related to him. What can i do do get all his financial disclosure for divorce and prove that he makes a lot more for child support?

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My divorce attorney itemizes how his time was spent on his

My divorce attorney itemizes how his time was spent on his invoices. So, I can identify the exact amount that the opposing attorney caused to be spent answering/arguing his erroneous communication. The opposing attorney sent interrogatories prematurely; sooner than the law allows. My attorney pointed this out to him and stated that I would not be answering the interrogatories. The opposing argued, no, that's not the case. Yes it is. No it isn't. You get the picture. (The opposing attorney is well known for sending out a lot of paper as a way of churning the account.) I will be submitting a claim for waste and breach of fiduciary duty against my wife. Shall I include the documentable cost of this wasteful correspondence, which amounts to about $1000 of my attorney's bill and another $1200 of the opposing attorney's bill. Both bills are paid out of community property funds, so I think the sum is waste, not just what I pay my attorney. How should I approach this? Thank you.

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Phillips Esq.

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I have a spousal support hearing next week. I have evidence

I have a spousal support hearing next week. I have evidence that my ex isnt claiming his income on his FL150 (he owns his own business). I subpeoned his bank acct and found that he's had approx $15,000/mo in checks from his company being deposited to his checking (they say for "guaranteed compensation" which I assume is his salary. Also he's paid off $20,000 in credit card debt in 2 months yet he says only earns $70,000 per year. Is there a form I file with the court prior to the hearing or do I just bring the evidence to the hearing?

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