Got a bit of confusion going here, guys. MO case, divorce final 2006, last mod (mine) 2009. NJ has filed for mod to reduce my time, extract more money, and sundry other crap. She's represented, I'm pro se. Case management conference on her mod is Sep. 12.
I've filed my response, in which I ask for her motion to be dismissed. I am also about to file a motion for contempt for some travel-related < bovine scat > she pulled this summer (earlier threads). So far so good.
Now, I also want to file a counter-motion so I can ask for more time with the kids, tighter restrictions on her, etc. Tidy up some loopholes and put some more teeth in the decree to prevent her from < edited > with my parenting time and vacations in the future. Given that I've asked the court to dismiss her motion, though, does it make sense for me to also file a counter-motion now? Seems to me that's like saying I don't agree there's a change of circumstance to warrant her motion but there is one to warrant mine. Should I wait until after case management conference, when I know whether the judge will allow her motion to go to trial?