Large MESS here… This is a boring tale so I'll attempt to keep it short..
I'm extremely uninformed in general legitimate cycle, it's in a real sense like an unknown dialect to me and I'm prepared to tear my hair out.
My better half requested a separation since I took part in an extramarital entanglements with a collaborator and got pregnant not long after the issue began. This occurred in SC. While as yet living in SC my significant other recruited a neighborhood lawyer. The pandemic hit and I moved to NC with the colleague( my now bf) and I additionally recruited a SC lawyer to deal with my case. My child was brought into the world in NC and we got the court to forgo paternity testing bc we are 100 percent sure the dad is my sweetheart. Employed a GAL for him also.
So while trusting that this case will be finished… (I could go on and on all day about how long this has all taken)… I fell pregnant with child #2 subsequent to dropping down to FL. My significant other additionally now lives here in FL. So this convolutes things as you can envision…
My lawyer told me are all around glued the "365 rule" and are compromised with the court excusing the case "in the event that it hasn't been excused as of now"… How can my lawyer NOT say whether the case has/hasn't been excused?… Also she's been recommending we both look for counsel here in FL since she "doesn't know how the locale will function with the kids being brought into the world outside of SC considerably less in two separate states" Now I comprehend this is convoluted yet wth? I don't have the foggiest idea what to do any longer.
Do I deal with the separation case independently from the paternity case? Do I recruit new guidance here in FL? Get your brushes cuz it's a wreck