We let go of our attorney on a paternity/parenting plan
Hi, we let go of our attorney on a paternity/parenting plan case. we plan to represent ourselves. Do we need to file a notice of pro se with the courts?JA: Is this a civil court case or criminal court?Customer: civil\JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes, my ex filed via attorney and I hired one too. We have already attempted mediation and have gotten no where with me ex. My previous attorney has failed me on numerous accounts. We have trial set for next month and pre-trial conference set for next week. When asking her late last week what our chances were at trial and why certain things had not be done, she told me that she was insulted and didn't know if she could continue to work for me. Within the hour, she filed a withdrawl notice with the court. I can not afford to hire another attorney as she wiped out my savings without having accomplished anything.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think that is about it. I just need to know if I need to file a notice of pro se appearance and what I need to do to complete the pre-trial catalouge
Being Pro Se how do I go about issuing a subpoena to the
Being Pro Se how do I go about issuing a subpoena to the creditor who handled my account? I told you I sent them a letter requesting the dates the plaintiff contacted them and the lawyer for the creditor said that he won't give them to me unless he's subpoened...What a creep!!!
I have been pro se in my equitable distribution case. I have
I have been pro se in my equitable distribution case. I have lost the battle to keep my former spouse from getting the SBF benefits from my military retirement. Her attorney has written out the court order with language that states that both parties were in "voluntary" agreement that she would be awarded this. I was never in voluntary agreement because I wished to place my new wife as my survivor when I die--not an ex-spouse. Also the language says it was "just and necessary." I also disagree that it was just. If I thought it was just I would not have fought it. Her attorneys have sent this court order document for me to look at. Can I object to this voluntary and just language, or do I have no choice in the matter? Could this have consequences if I need to appeal this case later? The judge has not made the final ruling yet on other aspects ofd the case. Thank you
Thank you so much, we have been calling the police and was
Thank you so much, we have been calling the police and was told there was nothing we could do for 3 years now. I now have another question: We are in Florida. An emergency hearing is in the process for primary residence, the ex had previously submitted a motion to the court that is completely false. Our attorney did not have any motions other than to decide where the child should go to school. She said that was all that the judge wanted to hear about, however his attorney sent motions other than school issues and EVERYONE was a complete lie. One motion was that he had been living in one area for 3 years when he had moved 4 times which we could have proved so easily.. Our attorney did nothing to cross examine all the lies. Also, our attorney did not inform us that we only had 15 days to rebut all the lies. The judge needs to know the truth before ruling on such a important issue and we want to send a letter to the judge and correct some of the critical issues that are very detramental to getting the truth known. Are we allowed to send this letter to the judge? and if so do we need to send a copy to his attorney to make it legal? We were told by one local attorney that we could sent the letter but the judge will never see it? If we sent the letter how do we make sure the judge will even see the very important information he needs to rule with justice concerning a very precious child. Presently, we do not have an attorney and would be doing this one procedure pro se. We are shopping for a good attorney but cannot wait to send the information to the judge because he will be ruling any day now.