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We had put in a cross motion to oppose emancipation and to reinstate alimony. In april, we went before the judge and she emancipated my daughter based on incorrect evidence. She then had us come back in to decide if a plenary hearing was necessary for alimony in May. I wrote her and explained how she wasn't taking the facts into consideration and to reconsider my daughter's emancipation as well as to show the importance of alimony. My daughter and I now live on my SSI check for a total 750 a month as I am on a liver transplant list. She took the letter into reconsideration, but stuck with her original decision, and provided a procedural history with all the incorrect facts, such as when my daughter is set to graduate. I want to appeal and want to know how do I appeal this.As to the alimony, I had won a previous appellate court decision in 2005 that remanded the case back to family court for a plenary hearing. However, could not continue to pursue due to health problems and the fact that I would lose medicaid if I received any alimony. We made a agreement with the judge to be able to go in at a later time without prejudice. Now with Obamacare, I can accept alimony. However, the new judge decided against a plenary hearing stating too much time had passed and it was prejudicial to the defendant. Again she quoted incorrect facts, stating I did not want to lose ssi not medicaid as I corrected her, many times. Can I appeal this when I appeal the wrongful emancipation. I understand this is very complex, but there is no way for me to afford an attorney and legal aid won't take it. I am still paying for my last attorney.
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