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Wendi L Hall-Gonzales

Wendi Hall-Gonzales’s Answers

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  • Is it possible to have a ruling made that would leave my wife penniless because she lied to the court?

    Wendi’s Answer

    I agree with my colleagues. It sounds like you are unhappy with your representation at this point. Many of the attorneys on this site offer free consults, including myself. Call another attorney and seek a second opinion on your case if you are unhappy. Best of Luck to you.

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  • My sons father is lying in court over sole custody how do i prove hes lying?

    Wendi’s Answer

    I agree with my colleague. You need to listen to your attorney and take his/her advise or if you feel you can not, you will need to seek out new counsel. Many of the attorneys on this site offer free consults. If you are concerned, get a second opinion. Best of luck.

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  • Can i sue my ex-husband's ex wife for having her lawyers send notices of interrogatories demanding information about me?

    Wendi’s Answer

    I agree with my colleague. You can hire an attorney to file a motion for protection order, if appropriate. Many of the attorneys on this site offer free consults. Call one in your area and let them guide you through this. Good luck.

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  • Can I get disability? I already filed. Buut if its going to be w hassle then I want legal help the first time around.

    Wendi’s Answer

    I agree with my colleague. You should retain disability counsel as soon as possible to help guide you through this process. Good luck to you.

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  • Regain possession of a vehicle that i purchased that my soon to be ex-wife has in her possession?

    Wendi’s Answer

    I agree with my colleagues. I would just add that many of the attorneys on this site offer free consultations and payment plans. You should consult with one in your area and let them help guide you through your divorce. Best of luck

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  • Filed motion with Flagler Court for divorce case and they are doing noting with it. It's posted on the website, that's it.

    Wendi’s Answer

    I understand your difficult situation, however, I agree with my colleagues. You will need to find a way to retain an attorney. Most of the attorneys on this site offer free consultations and you should consult with one in your area to help guide you through the process. Many attorneys offer payment plans, as well. Unfortunately, most attorney in today's economy can not afford to get involved with complex divorce matters without compensation. Hope this helps. Good luck to you.

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  • Assistance in a divorce.

    Wendi’s Answer

    Unfortunately, many attorneys can not afford to handle family law matters on a pro bono basis. They are extremely time consuming and labor intensive. In addition, they cost the attorney money out of their pockets in costs for office supplies, travel, legal assistant time, etc. In today's economy, it is not really an option for most attorneys who are struggling with their own economy issues. Many of the attorneys today on this site offer free consultations and you should consult with one in your area and maybe they can give you some solid advice on how to proceed or perhaps give you a payment plan to help guide you through this process. I am sure you can understand how you would feel if your employer (when they offered you a job) asked you to work for free. I am sure that would not appeal to you. Hope this helps you to understand. Good luck to you.

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  • Can my attorney keep my retainer in my divorce case..

    Wendi’s Answer

    Sounds like it was a difficult divorce for you. I agree with my colleague. It would depend on what your retainer agreement says. Most attorneys have agreements that specifically state that all retainers, whether initial or additional, are non refundable and earned upon receipt, even though they do bill from them. At the end of the bill, any remaining funds might show any balance as earned pursuant to the retainer agreement. Hope this helps. Best of luck to you in the future now that your divorce is complete!

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  • My sisters ex husband has sole custody of my nephew in IL, they had an arrangment for visits but now he is refusing.

    Wendi’s Answer

    Sounds like a difficult situation. Unfortunately you need to ask this question of an attorney in Illinois. Many of the attorneys on this site offer free consultations. Have your sister consult with an attorney in Illinois, the home state of the child, and let them guide her through this process. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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  • My 17 y.o. Nephew wants to move from TX to FL to live with my husband and I.

    Wendi’s Answer

    I agree with my colleagues. I would add, that many of the attorneys on this site offer free consultations. Speak to one in your area and let them help guide you through this process. You will need to provide more information before an attorney can give you solid legal advice. Good luck to you.

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