Eviction case, judge ordered to consolidate with divorce case?
what are my options ?
2 attorney answers
Give your sister-in-law a thirty day notice at the beginning of the month. After that go through regular eviction proceedings in the case before the judge for that procedure. You may want to retain the services of an attorney that handles evictions, they can get around any stall that the divorce hearing is trying impose. Law Offices of Theodore Gailan, 36 years of law experience.
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Consolidation means the case file is combined with the other file. It is not bound to take the same length of time. You act to protect your interests, not sit back interests, which haven’t changed. You should at least consult a lawyer because managing the litigation is now more complex.
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