visitation order change
Should I try to provide an explanation of the allegations in a response that was filed?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: visitation order change
Without knowing more about your case, or the nature of what was filed, it is difficult to respond. It appears the opposing party filed a response to a motion that you filed with the court. You presumably object to some of the allegations in their response. Depending on the nature of the proceeding, what the allegations involve, and how much time before you before the hearing, you may want to respond. Once again, without knowing much more about the specifics of the case, I cannot tell you what to do. Whether to respond, and what to say if you do respond, depends on a variety of factors and involves procedural and tactical considerations.