I am the father of two little girls, the mother never enrolled my daughter into school and sent them out of state to live with her brother that had just came out of jail, I went to court and filled for custody, the server, served her, and watched her leave her house and place the papers in the garbage, she never came to any of the custody hearings, so i won by default, than she went to court and said she was never served, when the sever already confirmed that she served her. The server will be in court to. what will the judge do when she finds out she lied and wasted the court time? or what can i do, and she took them to Miami, with her to get butt surgery, when the judge told her not to leave the state of Ny with them.I let her spend time with the girls, about three weeks, and she left for that, without telling me.
Firstly, you need to hire an attorney as this is a matter regarding your child and you should never go it alone. However, a Traverse hearing as when the court decides whether service was accomplished. Your process server will need to testify as to the what happened when he served the mother. You will be asking him questions regarding this and he will have to answer. However, if you do not have an attorney, mother's counsel will likely be able to object to every question and those objections will be sustained.
I am an attorney with over a decade of experience in Matrimonial and Family Law with offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan. I have experience in all five boroughs as well is Nassau and Suffolk County. The opinion expressed in this ad based upon the limited information provided and do not indicate an attorney-client relationship
You need to hire an attorney asap. You need to have counsel help you with the hearing, and the almost inevitable future litigation about to take place.
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