I Won! . . . But am not getting any money


#1

Dear Twiceloser:

Greetings. Congratulations. I think the costs are really reasonable after 2.5 years - you are lucky it was not more. Congratulations and you are welcome for the advice!

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

The total cost was a little over $9,000, ±20 cakes,2 dozen Krispy Kremes, and 2 batches of chocolate chip cookies. I think total office weight gained was like 50 pounds.LOL

I agree with you. The cost was reasonable, and much less than the other party was asking.


#3

After 2-1/2 years the court has decided that if it is in the water, has scales, fins, gills, and looks like a fish, it IS a fish! I refer to a prenuptial agreement and marital release of interest in real estate, signed and duly notorized by my former wife and myself.
A judge agreed with our motion for Summary Judgement, which basically means there are no material facts to be tried. Darn, I’m begining to sound like a lawyer. There is a slim chance of the decision being appealed, but I’m not worried about it being overthrown. I hope my Ex saves her money for her retirement.
My lawyer said we won, but having spent over $9,000 to prove what I have known all along, I really don’t feel victorious. I don’t think there is such a thing as a winner, except maybe the law firms, in any divorce proceeding. I hope the rest of you will some day enjoy the peaceful feeling that I now enjoy, and thanks for the great advice from Rosen Law Firm.