I received a Defendant's affidavit from an attorney. I did not sign it because there are issues of equitable distribution to be resolved, custody, and child support. I wrote a letter to the attorney and the Court stating that I did not agree to the divorce. Now, I got a notice that there is going to be an inquest. What do I do? Do I have to file a motion?
Criminal Defense Attorney
You should file a motion as soon as possible. You must put in an answer to the complaint and get in touch with the court clerk to determine how you can stop the inquest from proceeding. Hopefully your time to answer and fight the action has not passed. I suggest you move as quickly as possible. Good luck.
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Contracts / Agreements Lawyer
You will need to prove that you missed your time to oppose any action with excusable neglect and a meritorious defense. Contact an attorney, time is of the essence.
Hire an experienced divorce lawyer to assist you. Representing yourself is not a good idea.
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