I was served with a request for order and I would like to file my own, but I am concerned it will appear retaliatory if I do it immediately.
The first question I’d have is what is the basis for your RFO and is it legitimate? Or is it nitpicking in retaliation just because the other side filed an RFO? Ould you be wasting the courts time?
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