Your facts are confusing. If you already have an action pending for 14 mos., what "new marital assets" are involved? Any assets obtained by the other spouse since the summons was served are going to be separate assets and not really part of the litigation, so I am assuming you are misnomering these assets. What would be the basis for change of venue after 14 months? Since you are working closely with an attorney, who I assume is an experienced matrimonial attorney, you should claify these things with him or her.
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Dear working closely with an attorney?
That means the attorney who knows most about your legal matter is not any attorney volunteering an answer in this forum. If you want the attorney working closely with you to act as your attorney, retain the attorney and then leave the legal strategy to your attorney.
The answer provided to you is in the nature of general information. The general proposition being that you should try to avoid a bad outcome if you can.
I agree with the other attorneys responses.
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