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How can I proceed to the Supreme Court after 9 years for filling out a petition?I consider the 9 years as a judgement or order by the lower court.According to the Supreme Court Rules, 1966A petition need to be filed within 30 days from the date of the order or judgement.So,No. You can't file a petition after 9 years.
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I missed my hearing on a petition for modification of maintenance and relief from judgment of dissolution of marriage and now have $200 month spousal support. How do I go about trying to fight this? Is it possible to do it without a lawyer?Several other answerers remark that missing the hearing is bad. When a hearing is set, that is the parties’ opportunity to get stuff into the record. In an adversarial court, the record is everything. The court can only consider what is placed in front of it.Even if formal default isn’t a local procedural thing,¹ failing to show up to the hearing means you won’t have any evidence favourable to you in the record, and efforts to make legal arguments may be shot down as waived—in general, failure to make an argument at the first appropriate time in a proceeding results in waiver. Thus, though another answerer’s suggestion that “not bothering to show up for a hearing means you lose” is not, perhaps, an immutable rule, it’s a practical reality in most cases. The court would prefer to hear from both sides, but it won’t wait around or attempt to divine the position of a party who does not come in to say what that position is.If you wish to go about objecting to the order or seeking for the case to be re-opened without a lawyer, you will have to act as your own lawyer. Without knowing the jurisdiction or anything about the underlying case, I’m not inclined to think the chances of doing so successfully will be very high, but all U.S. courts will suffer parties to appear pro se; it is marginally better than not appearing at all and the courts are supposed to be open. So, it’s “possible.”However, if you’re acting as your own lawyer, you’re going to have to know what you are doing. The court may cut pro se litigants a few procedural breaks, but it would be a violation of the judge’s duty of neutrality to offer any substantive assistance; thus the general rule is that pro se parties should not be treated more leniently than represented parties. So, as a threshold matter, you would have to acquaint yourself with the rules of procedure that apply in that tribunal, and any relevant case law interpreting those rules that might exist. If those rules provide for reopening of orders or post hoc continuances, you will need to comply with any requirements for this relief that might be stated in the rules. If there is case law that is adverse or favourable, you will want to draw a syllogy to explain to the court why your case is similar or dissimilar to the reported case whose holding you want to rely on.As another threshold matter, you will want to look at substantive law as well. Is it actually worth contesting? Is the amount of support being awarded fair? Was there something wrong with it on the face of the record as it exists so that you could skip asking for a new hearing and just appeal? Might it actually go up if you got a new hearing? (This is a thing the happens fairly regularly in my child support proceedings; our judge has said “be careful what you ask for because you might get it.”)Assuming that you have concluded that you will do better if the hearing is reopened, and you have figured out how to ask the judge to reopen the case, you will almost certainly have to show good cause for missing the hearing. Courts do take their business very seriously and expect parties appearing before them to do the same. We regularly deny continuances to people who only want them because “I have to work,” for instance. (Appearances in other courts are a better excuse, though there is a hierarchy of sorts, either spelled out in rules or governed by local custom, that usually determines priority of conflicting court proceedings.) The burden on the other party (who probably also had to miss work) and the system in general (both from wasted court time and from clerical time involved in continuing a case) are factors against continuances, and continuing a case after a decision is made is potentially prejudicial to the other side, who has something of a right to expect the original decision to be final. Failure to receive notices is also not necessarily good cause—once you got initial service, you were aware that an important thing involving your rights was going on and you acquired an affirmative duty to advise the court and the other parties of how to get hold of you.²You may wish to consider contacting your ex and working out a settlement.³Notes:¹ Default is often preclusive and amounts to an admission that the other side’s pleadings or statements are true. Some states do not use formal default in family cases; for instance, in Pennsylvania cf. Pa. R.P.C. Nos. 1920.41, 1915.9, 1910.7, 1901.6. But compare Rule 1910.15(e)—paternity will be established by default if the putative father in a support case fails to show up at the initial conference (this provision is required by the federal Child Support Enforcement Act).² John Gragson's answer to Why isn't the legal system willing to accept "I never received a notice," as a valid excuse? Why don't they simply mail the important notice if you have to sign for them?³ If the ex is represented, you can talk to their attorney, at your own risk of course. John Gragson's answer to Is it appropriate for me to send an email to my ex's attorney in regards to a custody case?
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