Qwertyuiop wrote:.....the evaluator is empowered to make a temporary time share order so we can move into separate residences.
$64 Q: Who's the lucky party who gets to move out?? I'll bet a month's pay it's gonna be you.
Qwertyuiop wrote:Remedies meaning money or something else?
Back in Archives, we had active discussions about NJ's just like yours; and what to do about them post-divorce. viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6558&p=33486&hilit=101#p33486
Bottom line: You're gonna need good cause before a judge will order remedies in your decree. And then, there's the matter of decree enforcement, should NJ violate terms and conditions written therein. But then again, that doesn't mean you shouldn't try. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
FYI - Generally speaking, decree violations must be egregious before a judge will order anything in the way of sanctions. And in some jurisdictions, self-executing remedies are unenforceable. Moreover, remedies notwithstanding, it's unlikely police will do anything to enforce terms and conditions of your decree over matters like parenting time denial. Police will simply tell you to take it to the judge and send you on your way.
Remedies is definitely something you need to run by your attorney.
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