Q: Petitioner wants to revisit FAPA-RO, for Em. $ Assit. HOW DO I. Judge said not what RO was for/Not going to allow
25yrs him $600,000. me $0, NO MONEY! not on accounts and I mean ZERO $ church is paying to keep me off street. HE IS A DEADBEAT! NO LAWYER has time they all want $$ upfront. no legal aid, no help so your answer needs to be tangible not with disregard. I HAVE FOLLOWED THE PAMPHLET PATH from home to courthouse to shelters to victims assistance at the DA(both no help)to the Oregon Bar which answered"there is no Pro Bono" to my "Am I missing the link for pro bono, Is there pro bono?" so please tell me WHY is there a # for EM.$ ASST, A PLACE FOR THE ALL KNOWING JUDGE TO INITIAL AND FOR ME TO WRITE AND ATTACH THE PROOF AND THE INK AND PAPER AND HIRING OF A PERSON ALL WHICH IS PAID FOR BY TAX PAYERS AND BLOOD OF THE PETITIONERS simply to not be used. So please if you are going to kindly respond then do so in a empathetic, problem Solving manner. Not one that will lead to another PAMPHLET. thank you
A: The judge has ruled. You can accept it or you can appeal it, which could take several months to years to resolve. If you need financial assistance from the other party, you should consider filing an action for divorce or legal separation if you are married to the respondent and seek a temporary support order. If you are not married, you still may be able to file a separate action and have the court order respondent to pay certain expenses, such as a mortgage, insurance, or car payments on a temporary basis. You should contact a local family law attorney to determine your best option.
Gregory L Abbott agrees with this answer
A: FAPA Restraining Orders have nothing to do with obtaining financial assistance or contributions. Regardless, as my colleague has said, the Judge has ruled and you either accept it or appeal it. If you think you have a meritorious claim, review it all with a Family Law attorney - that is what they are for.
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