I have provided opposing counsel with my Rule 49 Disclosure Statement, but I have not had a chance to file a Resolution Statement because discovery is ongoing from my spouse.
Since I have already went to RMC, does the RMC Statement satisfy the Resolution Statement requirement? If it doesn't should I file when my spouse finishes her discovery or another time? Thank you
You already attended the RMC, and your Judge did not complain about having not having your Resolution Management Statement?
Providing Rule 49 Disclosure is not the same as completing the required Resolution Management Statement. Ultimately, you want the best chance at the best result at the finish line (potentially Trial). One way to insure that is t make sure opposing counsel has NOTHING to complain about procedural. SO, my advice would be to go ahead and file it now based upon what you know now, even if it's late. If the information changes, it can and should be modified.
A qualified and experienced family law attorney can of course assist you in considering your options and then getting where you need to be. Most of us offer free, ½ hour consultations, in which your matter can be discussed in detail. That would be a great opportunity to discuss the specifics of your matter and develop a plan. I would encourage you to quickly schedule this free consultation.
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