HOW DOCUMENTS CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR DIVORCE CASE | Houston Divorce Attorney
in this video, Texas divorce attorney
Sean Y. Palmer explains how documentary evidence can make all the difference in winning or losing your divorce case.
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The Palmer Law Firm is located in League City Texas, and is dedicated to helping people with their divorce and family law matters through domestic litigation and mediation. We serve the Houston metro area including cases in Harris, Galveston, and the surrounding counties.
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**I know you cant give leagl advice just looking for your professional opinion**
so my attorney didnt utilize discovery no interogatories or admissions of guilt etc. Then I find out he was billing me unethically and withdrew from my case 30 days before the trial of our dissolution (WA state) I was looking to replace my counsel and just recently was able to obtain a consultation 18 oct in which case the firm asked me to ask the court for a continuance when I went to note the motion the dates available were not until after the trial. So I sent an email to the judges assistant along with a declaration a motion and a hearing note. in your professional opinion if you have seen this happen how long did the judge give for a continuance? Did they allow for discovery so said party could thoroughly investigate their case?
Thank you for your time
If I inherited property before I married and have kept it separate the entire time, is it still my separate property? I’m in TX. Thx!