Another Bite at the Apple

Have you recently received a court-order that you believe is incorrect? You may consider filing a motion for reconsideration. The motion requests that the court reconsider its decision and issue a different order. Remember, time is of the essence and the motion must be served and filed within 21 days after the court enters the order that you want to be changed. A drawback to this process is that there is no oral argument. So, it is important at that you get all relevant information on the record before an order is made and that the motion be through and concise; explaining the reasons and evidence that the court did not take into account in making its original decision… Click HERE to read more.


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