Do I need to deliver it to the courthouse, or can I send it via email to her clerk? This is about the opponent’s attorney REFUSING after my correcting him several times about what the judge said during the finding of facts (plaintiff CONVICTED of domestic violence charges, not just arrested and not dismissed) and the attorney changing the visitation from Thurs to Friday. I’ve tried to talk to this guy, but he refuses to budge. And if I CAN send via email (or even deliver to courthouse myself), should I enclose the necessary documentation?
You may do either. Be sure to copy opposing counsel on any correspondence sent to the judge, enclose the documentation.