Tom Kirkpatrick wrote:Bad advice!! In this game, everything's an option.whatever_works wrote:I was led to believe that that isn't even an option.
Bottom line: It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings Bro, and your decree is signed by the judge.
Listen to Tom,
The thing I learned here is to push the court for what you want in the "best interest of the children".
You should be beating the drum in your motion about:
1. False DV charges by nj,
2. How the children are losing valuable time with your
3. And you how you are missing the children too and they growing up.
In your motion you should blame nj for everything like:
1. This court was mislead by nj (attach transcripts of false DV or filings).
2. This court err'd and grand temp time till trial.
3. Make sure you atty quotes case law and include language in case you need to appeal the decision.
4. Up the ante and ask for full custody, in light of false DV claims, as she is unable to foster positive meaningful relationship.
In all you need to be persistent and make sure the court understand you are NOT going away or keeping quiet. But be the victim in the courts eyes everyday and 2x on Sunday.
In MI one can sue his/her ex for false claims
You should pursue civil and criminal remedy against nj, time it, say a day before the trial starts, so you can walk in and say that the DA is considering charges against nj.