I am being sued civily by an ex who claims to be a vulnerable adult that I stole 10s of thousands of dollars from and committed domestic violence against. This is a frivolous lawsuit perpetuated by the ex as retaliation. There was no theft or abuse. I have burned through $4000 in legal fees. I have gone through 6yrs of financial documents showing how all monies were spent. There are no proof of violence or theft. Abuse accusations were made to a counselor after our relationship in order to file this frivolous lawsuit. The suit sat for 1yr without action. After it was put on inactive list her attorney claimed the plaintiff could not get her documents for the whole year due to health reasons. No proof has been provided but the case was continued. What can I do.
The time to fight that continuance/request proof was when the motion to continue was first filed. If the motion has been granted, you should focus your efforts on concluding the case rather than trying to fight the already granted continuance.
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