Judge issued an order in court


#1

The Judge issued a order in Court and the opposing Council is to draft it. It has been four months now and we do not have a paper order signed by the judge. My questions are…How long legally do they have to create this order? Can they wait a year or longer? Is their a limit to how long they can wait to draft this order without reason?


#2

Mecklenburg County… If it is a County thing…and you need to know the local rules… I’m going to try to contact the Bar Association and see if they have any answers for me and possibly file a complaint. It appears that this is a legal stalling tactic, a previous attorney had a child and had the papers drawn up faster…(after giving child birth).


#3

same happened to me in Hoke County in an ex-parte hearing. my wife no showed and it was granted in my favor, then ordered by judge to have docs drawn up.five months foy the one year


#4

Sometimes there are local rules on this point, but it generally takes a little time. Why don’t you call and ask the attorney about the status?