Thanks for describing the process for me. What I really need, however, is the answer to a few questions. 1). Can and should I include my three current issues in a single motion? My issues are: a) Failure by ex to let me have my 16-year-old daughter for the past year as stated in our current Order. b) Seek visitation modification now that I have relocated; and, c) Compel my ex to use double payment of ~$50,000 worth over overpayment of child support
(SS Disability sent her this money even though I never stopped making CS payments while disabled). Our latest Order directs her to use the overpayment for the welfare of my children. She refuses to give these funds to my 21 and 19 year-old daughters who are both attending college on full scholarships.
I ,unfortunately , do not have the funds to hire another attorney and will have to file pro se
. Fortunately, I have enough experience to draft the Motion and handle this in front of the judge (I hope).
Once you give me your opinion on the above question, I was hoping to draft my Motion and shoot you a copy for your review. I hope that works for you. You can also call me at XX if you feel that would make our communication more efficient. Sincerely, ***** *****