I would recommend filing a new motion. You may also want to consider hiring an attorney on this.
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File a new motion, better yet hire an attorney to do this. It is always best to have an attorney when you go to court, hopefully someone with tons of experience.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239
I agree with Ophelia. You need to consider hiring an attorney to present the best case that you can. Otherwise, I would certainly file a new motion as opposed to arguing ones that have been partially ruled on and/or aren't truly before the court. Good luck.
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787
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Your questions are procedural in nature, and a legal professional will be best suited to navigate through this for you. As you await a final rendering on your Exceptions to the GM Report, make sure any upcoming hearings are properly noticed for the specific motion you are seeking resolution. Have a lawyer amend your motion, reset the matter before the Judge and have a Court Reporter present at the next hearing.
Trying to handle a modification and contempt proceeding on your own is problematic. Without knowing what evidence is relevant and admissible and how to present that evidence it is no surprise you did not prevail. After the hearing did you file your objections on time? If so, have you properly filed a transcript for the court to review? You should consider hiring an experienced family law attorney to represent you.