Hire an attorney to review the case. Something is not adding up in the situation you describe.
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I agree with, something does not add up. Listen to your lawyer, but if you are not satisfied, hire a new one as soon as possible.Ask a similar question
This is some of the strangest set of face I have seen in a long time. You need a GOOD Family Law Attorney.Ask a similar question
You need a family law attorney who knows how to set aside the default judgment or to file an appeal. It appears from your message more than 30 days has transpired from the date of a default order being signed by the court. Therefore, a restricted appeal should be persued if not more than six months have transpired from the date of the court signed the default order and you did not participate in the trial. If neither of these fit your set of facts then a Bill of Review is the altenative. Hope this assists in your issue.Ask a similar question
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