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John-J-Jay

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Typical bully lawyer behavior
« Reply #1 on: Jun 21, 2007, 09:26:54 AM »
Ignore it. This is typical behavior of an aggressive attorney. They are hoping you and your attorney will just give in and provide the information.

Let them take it to court. Your lawyer needs to file a response stating that on XX date, the attorneys met in chambers with XX Judge and this is what was discussed, your lawyer prepared the order and opposing counsel refused to sign it.

Further, I think your attorney should ask for sanctions against opposing counsel. Your attorney will know what the opposing side has done wrong.

They are trying to get your panties in a wad and from the looks of your nervous nellie posts, it's working. Believe me, from a battle weary veteran, this is par for the course. Had I known in the past what I know now, things would have been very different and I would have had a lot less gray hair.

As I said, just ignore it. Not meaning to offend you with the nervous nellie thing - just an expression. I've been there, I know how you feel. You are on solid ground trust me or the other attorney wouldn't be acting like this. They are trying to take the focus off of their side of the case and throw it on you. I don't think it's working!

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RE: Typical bully lawyer behavior
« Reply #2 on: Jun 21, 2007, 09:56:19 AM »
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RE: Typical bully lawyer behavior
« Reply #3 on: Jun 21, 2007, 06:32:40 PM »
I am so sorry you are going thru htis.  I have been a ncm for the last seven years.  My case has had numerous trips back to court.  This is exactly the tactic used by several of my ex's attorneys.  I think they like to do this to pad the bill adn to deflect attention away from the issue at hand.  All they got for thier trouble was that they angered the judge who eventually- after six years appointed a GAL not because he thought the children needed one but becaue HE wanted a gatekeeper to keep things from getting back in front of him.  Unfortunatley, for me ,he didn't get angry enough to change custody!

 

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