Melbourne, FL asked in Family Law, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Juvenile Law for Florida

Q: corroborating evidence. How is it used exactly and what does it consist of. Dependency fl

At the adjudicatory hearing even though I was there at 9am as scheduled, although all other parties were provided with links to attend via voom, I didn’t leave the building till 3:30 that day without seeing the judge and when I asked what was going on the bailiff said I couldn’t speak to the judge. The bailiff had knowledge of my attendance all day however I was somehow made to be not present and a default judgment was entered. The next hearing I addressed the court on the matter so the judge said she denied my request to set aside but without adjudication so that I could now put it in writing by motioning the court. I followed up with a couple different motions but the latest was Emergency motion to dismiss all child issues for lack of jurisdiction. And the court has been dragging their feet on it

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Jane Kim
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A: Are you talking about a child custody issue? Why don't you repost it under family law. And in any event, clearly you need a lawyer.

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