I, the husband, filed for absolute divorce due to adultery and verbal abuse. She in turn file a counter complaint for alimony and other support regards to our child.
You would file an answer to her counter complaint. You could file a amended complaint too. Not a counter to her counter.
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You can’t file a counter complaint to a counter complaint but you can amend your original complaint to raise any additional claims you may have. An experienced family law attorney would be helpful in assisting you with this.
The information provided is not intended as legal advice, does not create attorney client privilege and does create an attorney client relationship.
You could amend your complaint or answer her counterclaim. You should consider hiring a family law attorney to assist you.
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