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Can a court order an ex to do half of the journey?

Can a court order an ex to do half of the journey?

If your ex moved away in order to make contact difficult, that would be a major factor in ordering her to do at least half of the journey. Equally, if you chose to move away without a good reason, the court may not sympathise with you. I hope that helps. That would be my approach in any event. Best regards Harjit Sarang Q.

What’s the no contact rule with an ex?

So, since you don’t know what the no contact rule is I am going to give you a quick crash course. The No Contact Rule- A period of time (which you select) in which you completely ignore your ex in every way imaginable. That means no texting, calling, Facetiming, Skyping or emailing.

What to do if you lose child custody to your ex?

Some parents have actually lost child custody because of their demonstrated unwillingness to collaborate with the other parent. So remember that while you may not like your ex, he or she is a part of your kids’ lives, and you need to show the family court that you’re willing to work together. Do exercise your parental rights.

Why are judges not allowed to use ex parte communications?

Under the Judicial Code of Conduct, judges may not permit or consider “ex parte communications” in deciding a case unless expressly allowed by law. This ban helps judges decide cases fairly since their decisions are based only on the evidence and arguments presented to the court and the applicable law.

What should I do if my ex says something about me in court?

You must remain as calm as possible no matter what your spouse says about you. If you give the judge or mediator any evidence of emotional instability, they will be more likely to believe what your ex is saying. Winning in court or in mediation requires backing up your statements with evidence.

What do you need to know before taking someone to court?

Before you decide to take someone to court, there are some basic facts about civil litigation you should know. 1. This Isn’t Law & Order In general, what you see on TV law shows like Law & Order is criminal law, and what happens in a criminal case is not the same as the typical small business involvement in a civil case.

What happens if you take someone to court?

There are ways the Court can put pressure on the payee, with garnishment or a lien against the property. In these cases, you must be proactive in getting the court to use its power in any legal means necessary to get someone to pay, But, as they say, “you can’t get blood from a turnip.” 4. What You Think Is Important Might Not Be

When do Parties not want to go to court?

Like the cases you see on TV law shows, the parties don’t want to go to court—too expensive and too risky. In insurance-related cases, in particular, the attorneys (one of whom probably works for an insurance company) often reach an agreement just before trial, when they have the most leverage.