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Author Topic: AN ORDER NOT BASED ON OUR AGREEMENT  (Read 1169 times)

chiquito2004

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AN ORDER NOT BASED ON OUR AGREEMENT
« on: Feb 01, 2004, 02:14:19 PM »
We entered into a stipulation on child support issues last month. It was put on record. My lawyer made a stupid mistake and let the other party give the judge a proposed order that did not reflect our stipulation at all. The judge signed the order. How can I remedy to this? my lousy lawyer sent a letter to judge admitting her mistake and saying that the order he just signed does not reflect our agreement. The other party does not want to stipulate to an amendment because they got what they wanted.... How do I handle? please help me.


Peanutsdad

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RE: AN ORDER NOT BASED ON OUR AGREEMENT
« Reply #1 on: Feb 01, 2004, 02:20:25 PM »
I believe I answered this one before,, or someone else is using your boneheaded attrny.


Essentially, if the order has been signed,, your attrny will have to file a motion to amend it, AND present in court what the true agreement was. If the other side disputes it, it'll be up to the judge. Count on the judge being WAY pissed off at your attrny tho.

The judge may even fall back on the "buyer beware" attitude,, meaning,, read the thing before you sign.

At the least, I'd be after your attrny to take care of the is problem gratis.

 

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