It's trial time!


#1

Dear alljams:

Greetings. I hate to be the horse rider coming in with bad news, but yes, of course they can do stuff to delay the trial. In the event that the attorney has a conflict, the trial may need to be reset. They can find new information, claim they need more time to do discovery, etc. Usually when the pre-trial conferences are completed, the trial is not held up. Best of luck…and we will all hope for a settlement prior to your trial!

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
RosenDivorce.com
919-787-6668

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#2

Hi Janet and all Forum Members,

After almost three years, (Sept.30th,2001) this is finally going to be over…(I hope)

Pre-trial has been done, interrogatories, (at least on our behalf) and I think I’m as ready as possible for this. It’s set for the week of the 18th of October.

I have been waiting so long for the judge to hear everything, separate everything, and for me to get on with my life, hopefully before the year is up. I have only one question. Can she or her lawyer do anything to hold this up ?

Your help is always appreciated, and this is a wonderful forum…

Thank you