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  • What is the time frame for filing a motion for reconsideration in family court?

    I am filing a motion for reconsideration for a petition I filed in family court for contempt, and there are new issues since the newest ruling was filed. (March 22, 2016), and I am just wanting to know the time frame that I have for filing it. Th...

    Judd’s Answer

    30 days from the date the Court filed the judgment or order.

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  • Dose cps have the right to make me leave my home do to some holes in the walls

    i am a mother of three in Arizona and have had cps come and threaten to take my children away from me because I have a few hole in my walls they told me if I did not leave the place I am staying or they were going to take my kids. my oldest son li...

    Judd’s Answer

    You are required to provide a safe environment for your children. Holes in the wall can vary and you are not specific about it.

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  • What is the proper format to inform the court that counsel agreed for me to have an extension for a response?

    If I ask my husband's attorney if I can have more time to prepare a response to a motion that he has filed, and he agrees. What is the proper way to inform the court?

    Judd’s Answer

    Stipulation for extension of time to respond to (Motion).

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  • What does a notice of non compliance usually contain?

    My ex isn't complying with the communication guidelines ordered by the court in a pending dissolution of marriage case. It was suggested to me that I file a notice of non compliance instead of a motion to enforce or for contempt. What does that us...

    Judd’s Answer

    A Notice will not really get you anywhere. If your ex is violating court orders, you should file a motion for contempt.

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  • How do I go about starting the court process for custody of our child and finalizing my divorce?

    Divorcing the husband I've been separated from for 2 years. He's dragging his feet because even though I've agreed to 50/50 custody of our child, he wants primary placement. I do not want child support and I want primary custody when my child star...

    Judd’s Answer

    You need to start your divorce before you can finalize it. Go to the self service center for your county or the court house to receive forms to file to start the divorce.

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  • Is there a rule number or law that enforces that divorced parents must share their new address to where minor child is living?

    I was tiring to serve my ex husband papers for 6 months, but he gave me an address that he was not residing at yet. He was clearly wanting to avoid service. What is the name of this law if there is such one of it exists?

    Judd’s Answer

    This is usually placed on the orders, but I am not familiar with a particular law that requires it. You should contact a lawyer's office or process server to run a skip trace on the other parent to serve them.

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  • Can I do this. Would it end the case. Would the grandma then have all rights to him...

    I have a case with DCS, My 10yr old was taken, now placed with kin. Grandma. I want to know if I can sign my son over to the Grandma. Can I do this. Would it end the case. Would the grandma then have all rights to him...

    Judd’s Answer

    You can agree to guardianship or adoption by Grandmother.

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  • Can I screenshot convos between sons father and his drug dealers/friends and use against him in court?

    Drug addict ex, never in 5 year old sons life due to being in prison twice through sons 5 years of life, not on birth cert or any legal docs of sons, still using drugs and now is possibly going to file for custody. I have access to exs facebook an...

    Judd’s Answer

    You can use any evidence you want against Father. Social media posts and messages, along with video and audio recordings are typically used in family court.

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  • What does it mean when a judge denies motion to lodge order?

    I have a custody and visitation case and i am confused as to what is going on. I have no legal help nor can i afford it. I am worried this a-hole and his lawyer are getting away with things I have no idea about. Please help!

    Judd’s Answer

    A party will lodge an order with the Court if the other side is not responding or being cooperative. It is asking the Judge to grant an order without the required due process and hearing. Denying that request means the Judge is not willing to grant the order without a hearing.

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  • Is my ex wife able to force me to do what she wants with my parenting time via legal action?

    My ex wife and I have joint custody. We have a 5/2/2/5 schedule se up through our parenting plan. My daughter is participating in softball and attends every Thursday and additionally on any weekends she is with me. Later this month on my parenting...

    Judd’s Answer

    No. What your daughter does during your parenting time is your decision unless there are orders or agreements to the contrary.

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