Are those actual grounds to dismiss a case based on Rule 12(b)(6) or Rule 7 (b)(1). I have read those rules and really don’t understand what my ex and his attorney are basing this on. Are those rules typically used to dismiss a case? Thanks again for all your help.
To clarify, I do have the proof to show my reasons for the motions which I did outline specifically in the motions and what I wanted the court to do. Specifically, I have court recordings, affidavit, income information has been subpoenaed, etc. I am probably just worrying too much…just want to be prepared. Thanks again for your help.
A case can be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction, or failure to state a claim for relief. If you have what you need to prove that the order is incorrect, the motions to dismiss should not be granted.