I am needing help filing an objection to my case in benton county arkansas. I am without an attorney and lost temporary custody of my children. Due to a couple late times to school. I have them now every other weekend. The judge order the plaintiff's attorney to write up a proposed order within 10 days and he did but wrote that I only see them every other weekend no mid week visit at all and from 5 Friday till 5 Sunday. I am a mom of 3 and do not have the funds to hire an attorney like he did. I want too see my children but feels like since i have no money I'm loosing.
If you do not believe that the order drafted by your husband's attorney accurately sets out what the Judge ordered, then you should write the judge and explain why you do not believe it is accurate (e.g., omitted mid-week visitation). A copy of that letter should also be mailed to your husband's attorney.
Typically any objections should be made within 5 days, so the sooner you make your objection known, the better.
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I would just like to add that some attorney's are more affordablr than others. As a single mom, I know I always try to help other mom's out. Also, it is possible that whn all of this is said and done, he could be ordered to pay for your attorney. But yes, with or without an attorney, let the court know ASAP if you think something was left out of the order and be sur to send his lawyer a copy.
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