Long Distance Proceedings


#1

My ex wife lives 6 hours from me in very rural eastern , NC.

We were divorced in Dec 2015. There’s some unfinished business with property etc. she is now with her 3rd lawyer. I, convinced their strategy is to disadvantage me by making me travel. For ongoing litigation etc etc

Is it possible to turn the table by making them travel to me, even if it means filing some “other” charges in my geographic area ?

Dale


#2

If there are pending claims in the county in which your ex-wife resides, then that is likely the proper venue for the hearing of those claims. Having a lawyer to represent you in the county with the court case should decrease the amount of times you have to appear for court or other litigation-related events.

Since you’re already divorced, and there is already an outstanding court case, there is probably nothing else you could file in your county. If custody and/or child support are at issue but not part of the court case in the county where your ex-wife resides, you could file those claims in your county.


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