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Posted over 3 years ago.

yes my ex did file an appeal application. I do have a lawyer but I want to understand and be involved in the entire process. It's always been my premise, as well as my understanding, that the only way she would have been required to do a financial affidavit is if she modified the order and that was not the case. I have found case law on cases similar to my situation but not that is an exact match. My ex has been giving me a hard time since the day we got together so this is nothing new. Thank you for your answer

Ronna L. Deloe
Ronna L. Deloe, Appeals Lawyer - New Rochelle, NY
Posted over 3 years ago.

You're welcome. You may want to ask your attorney to let you be involved in your case. Some will welcome it, some won't. Sometimes it is difficult to find an exact case law match, called a "case on all fours" -- sometimes when we find a case that is close, we try to see if we can use an argument that makes that case fit our own. Best of luck!

Ronna L. Deloe
Ronna L. Deloe, Appeals Lawyer - New Rochelle, NY
Posted over 3 years ago.

Thanks for the helpful vote also -- much appreciated!

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Posted over 3 years ago.

I did ask her. I've had to use her in two other issues before and my research was very helpful so she knows that I'm very good at it. I did find several that are very close and clarifies the point of the matter that she can use to argue against the appeal so I sent those to her and no problem on the helpful answer it was a great answer :)

Ronna L. Deloe
Ronna L. Deloe, Appeals Lawyer - New Rochelle, NY
Posted over 3 years ago.

Best of luck to you!