My family as witnesses

Dear alljams:

Greetings. No, if there is no subpoena your sister does not have to travel. Also, it is a general rule that when you want to subpeona someone from another state, that you must obtain a subpoena in the state you are asking the witness to travel from. Best of luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

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Hi Again !!

It’s the botton of the ninth, all bases are loaded, and in the next few days I’ll be up to bat.
Calendar call is set for this week, and hopefully, if there’s no continuances (my ex broke a nail, etc.,just joking) this will be heard. One thing though. In interrogatories, my ex stated she wants to call my sister as a witness. Don’t ask me why. She stated I know what her address is and how to contact her, like I’m supposed to call her up and say “Hey, want to go to trial with me and be my ex’s witness?”. So far, no subponea, nothing.
Please tell me if there’s no subponea, does my sister have to travel from her home state to be here?
Thank you so much for all you do. In the last couple of years, I have learned so much from this site and appreciate it. By the way, talked w/my lawyer, said too late to file on my previous post(judgment) unless my ex does break a nail and it’s continued. Will have to wait and see. I figure if I regain my sanity after all of this is over, It’s better than anything a judge can award.

Thanks !!!