My ex husband and I was considered prose up in till today when he showed up to a hearing with an attorney that he used for our divorce. I filed a complaint with the FL bar against the attorney because of something he did wrong. The attorney is also the boss of my ex husband's wife's mother. So every time we have a hearing or mediation the mother in law feels that she has the right to be present at everything just because she is the secretary of the attorney. My ex-husbands wife filed false police reports against me for battery in which the case was thrown out at trial by the judge. Now her mom gets to be present during everything just because she is the secretary? I have never seen an attorney bring along his secretary to mediation and to hearings. Is she allowed to be there?
Divorce is the process of formally ending a marriage. Divorces may be jointly agreed upon, resolved by negotiation, or decided in court.
Child custody may be physical or legal. Physical custody covers who the child lives with, and legal custody is the right to make decisions.