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Q: What papers do I file to get a OFP added to my divorce?

I filed an OFP against my husband for my preteen daughter. This was denied by the courts due to lack of evidence. But the judge told me to get it added in the divorce. I need this for myself and my three children as my husband refuses to leave us alone. All three children are from a previous... Read more »

David Kowalski
David Kowalski answered on Jan 18, 2018

It is possible to obtain a sort of "no contact" order in the divorce, but it is somewhat different than a restraining order. I recommend that you speak with a divorce lawyer to ensure the statements added to your divorce judgment accomplish what you wish.

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Q: what can I do if my wife will not give me the taxes from the last 3 years as I have requested for our divorce
David Kowalski
David Kowalski answered on Sep 2, 2017

You can request the information through the formal discovery process, which is written questions and requests for documents that your wife must answer and provide. You may also request that the judge order her to provide them to you if you have a conference in the near future.

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