Does anyone know? I would like to know if this is standard language or should an attorney be consulted to find out what “relief” she is requesting. Thanks.
I believe that is standard terms used by an attorney when preparing the complaint. In all cases the presiding judge MAY grant all prayers to the court in addition to anything he/she may feels warranted to secure the situation. Or he may pick and choose prayers, or he may just throw you in jail. It’s his playing field and his rules. It must be fun to be the judge sometimes.[:)]
My friend is happy because he received divorce papers from his soon to be ex. One of the items listed says Plaintiff wants such other and future relief as the court deems just and proper. What does this mean? Thanks. Molly