Rule 60


#1

You will need to prepare an argument that summarizes the evidence you have that proves fraud. For example, you can say that after the date of the hearing you learn she falsified tax returns and deliberately mislead you as to her income. Before you go to court you should read some case law on what constitutes fraud.

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#2

We discussed this question on yesterday’s Live show at around the 17:45 mark.

radio.rosen.com/2008/07/31/nc-di … y-30-2008/


#3

We filed for Rule 60 to amend a child support order entered in December 2007 with numerous errors which has lead to more than 54% of our disposable income being taken for child support. There is evidence of fraud on the ex-wife’s part, incorrect salary reporting and numerous other errors. When we went to court the judge informed us that this would not be an evidencury (sp) trial and we had 5 minutes to argue our case. We’ll without being able to show tax returns, canceled checks, unpaid medical, etc how were we to prove the order was entered incorrectly? Are you not required to show evidence to prove Rule 60 to have the order reviewed or show the fraud, negligence and errors made by clerk and judge? Please any assistance you can give will be greatly appreciated and time is of the essence. Thank you.