Petition was filed with the courts stating dcf gave my ex custody(lie), opppsing counsel DID NOT, and to this day CAN NOT offer facts to court to rule in his favor. I offered up a letter on government letter head from dcf stating opposite. He got custody of our 4children, and for past 9 months he has maltreated them, 2 are disabled, dcf has established abuse has occurred, and have left them at dads. If counsel hadn't filed false petition, my kids wouldn't have been maltreated. I've had them since 2007,when I left him until end of 2011. 3 prior attempts have been dismissed by orange county courts, 2 of those were done be same attorney. Ex has 2 3rd degree felonies also. PLEASE HELP MY CHILDREN.Only hearsay evidence was presented by opposing side, and magistrate wouldn't allow it to be admissible She said its a 3rd party summary and ruled it inadmissible. So her whole report contains recommendations based on evidence that she ruled inadmissible. There was absolutely no admissible facts that constituted a change in time sharing. Malice,perjury,fraud, oh opposing counsel requested judge to allow ex to claim 4 children for tax purposes, and the return would be $11,000,and he was willing to give me 5500. The kids lived with me. I said no,thats a violation of my rights, and ex would be committing tax fraud, and he had 4 months earlier he admitted to committing tax fraud 2 times in open court and to a different judge.The judge ruled that i was to let him claim kids, split it, as a peace offering they called it. I was pro se, but I' m not stupid. I 'm a mother of 8 and my family defines me as a mother...
I hate to have to tell you this, but this is definitely one of those situations where you are not going to be able to get advice on this site other than that you need to get a lawyer. You have so many issues packed into your "question" and most of them involve reviewing extensive court files and orders. You will have to hire an attorney.
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Ms. Morcroft is right. You have far too many issues and need an attorney. This is about all anyone is going to say on here. A judgment entered because of fraud can be set aside, but you have a limited amount of time to submit the motion, and it must be backed by solid evidence for any attorney to do so.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239
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