Q: How do I file a response to a motion from DOR for ridirection of payment?
I received a motion that my very bad attorney said nothing about and that was on the 5th and I went into the hospital for cancer surgury right after. My ex has been fraudulently receiving medicaid benefits while she has been running a lucrative side business and I have the PI reports. I have never been late ever and have not arrears. I don't mind paying the SDU myself but IWO is improper and at my age in my competitive state it will hurt me and my kids with current and future employability as it makes me more trouble then worth compare to a single kid out of school. Attorney refuses and ignored acting on the motion and she files a end of representation the same day as that motion which is very suspect. My settlement says I am to pay FW directly as I have and that I have no arrears and FW agrees to hold me harmless due to anything that may arise by her involving the DOR in her trying to game the system. I need to file a response today to object or ask for my hearing!!! Im freaking out
A: Even if your attorney has moved to withdraw, she is still obligated to respond to this motion until her motion is granted. Condition your consent to withdrawal upon your being given sufficient time to find another attorney and for that attorney to respond to the pending motion.
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