You have an attorney who is intimately acquainted with the facts of your case. We cannot second guess your attorney and in fact should not do so. The only thing we can tell you to do is discuss your concerns with your attorney and follow his advice.
Miranda warnings are not necessary unless the defendant is in custody and not free to go and statements made by the defendant made be used in court. People watch too much television and seen to think Miranda warnings are always required.
If either or both parties are unwilling to compromise, there really is no option but to go to trial and let the judge decide the outcome. If the judge has already make recommendations, then it is likely the outcome will be similar unless evidence is presented which changes the judge's mind. You and your lawyer need to prepare for trial
This forum is not a help wanted forum. We answer simple legal questions. You might wish to contact your local legal aid office or bar association to see if you qualify for a pro bono attorney. best wishes.
Generally, any asset received during the marriage is considered marital However, under your facts, your wife will not likely get half your WC claim but the funds may play a part in how child support is calculated. As for maintenance (alimony,) it is very unlikely she will be entitled to any at all if she is and has been for a long time, living with another man. This question is best answered in detail by your divorce lawyer who has all the details of your case. Since you have posted it...
The action of the police officer was not tyrannical. He was doing his job. A police officer cannot pick and choose which legitimate citations to write. Look at it from the other side - What if your neighbor changed her mind and decided to sue you. Then she would have a good complaint against the officer and the deprartment if the officer refuse to write the ticket.
If you go to court and your neighbor does not appear, there is about a 99.99% chance the ticket will be dismissed. If it is...
Seriously? Why on earth would you want to have a case reopened when it was dismissed? You are taking a huge risk, even if you could reopen the case, which is not likely. As for the outcome, there is no way of knowing. Get over it and move on. Your attorney got you a great deal.
You weill not go to jail. If you cannot get an emergency order tonight, call the police and tell them you are afraid and you will not return your child tonight. Then go straight to the courthouse tomorrow and get an Order of Protection. If you have a lawyer, call your lawyer immediately,. If you do not have a lawyer, hire one as soon as possible.