Lawyer as judge?


#1

Dear bohica:

Greetings. I have no idea what the question is. No, an attorney cannot stop a court order. However what debt are you paying? For example, if you are paying alimony and your ex gets remarried, then alimony ends automatically without a change in the court order. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
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#2

A valid court order exists that orders me to pay the ex a certain amount of money. Opposing attorney wrote me a letter stating that I did not need to pay this money. No other order of the Court has been entered which relieves me of this debt. Can an attorney override the Orders of the Court? This same attorney changed a ruling of the court in the final orders and the judge signed it as she had written and not as he had directed in his memorandum! Since I had no official notification from the judge, I paid the debt. Since when is an attorney allowed to “overrule” the judge??? Is this possible???