I have the amended Complaint ready to take with me Thursday to correct the typo errors. I am hoping the judge will use the prior pleadings and orders to show that it is a simple typo.
I just received a Motion for Attorney Fees from my STBX. It states, “Defendant in the above entitle action to move for attorney fees pursuant to Rule 11 of the North Carolina Roles of Civil Procedure, due to the failure of the Complaint to state a claim upon which relief can be granted, and for stating a claim that is frivolous in nature.”
I am confused. First he says I failed to state a claim. Second, he states I made a claim that is frivolous. How can I fail to state a claim and state a claim that is frivolous in the same Complaint?
What does this mean? Is this just a ploy to harass me? Would I have to pay attorney fees for trying to get a divorce?
Should I file a Rule 11 to stop these motions?