I filed for divorce , but somehow they combined the T.R.O. and the divorce in 1 stipulation order, the stipulation was about property and money not so much about the T.R.O. AND control over the property.
there no was hearing for the T.R.O. it was addressed as a protective order in the stipulation.
its been over a year now of delays and post postponements.
During this time i somewhat got back together with my wife with the hope to resolve our issues and to stop my adult sons stealing every thing i own.
I was given two death sentences as result of Melanoma tumors in my lungs. but at the disappointment of my family I'm still alive. needless say my wife and I created decent retirement and estate in our 40yrs together. She just changed and went over to the the dark side.
I'm sorry, but I have not a clue what you mean when you say your wife appended on you. It's also unclear what she did that you are calling going over to the dark side. Perhaps you may wish to call an attorney and explain things to them in confidence.
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I appreciate the story but what you want to do is done by flling a motion to set aside the orders involved. If the divorce was finalized by stipulation, I really don't think you can get it overturned or set aside on a 473 motion.
If you agreed to the stipulation is it possible that you lacked capacity because of your medical condition. If you did not agree, then something is missing. Play your Jedi mind tricks and bring her back from the Dark Side.
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