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Hello! My name is***** am a family law attorney with Just Answer, and former Prosecutor for the State Attorney's Office. I have a near 100% customer satisfaction rate, and I'll be answering your questions today. Just Answer provides general legal information only and no attorney-client relationship is formed. Please allow me just a few minutes to review your question, thank you!

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I reviewed your message and I'm happy to help. Can you tell me a little bit more about your situation, or particular legal question? Thanks.

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If I get an Ohio family law attormey and I ask them or direct them to submit documents to the court and then do not or they don’t confirm that they will prior to a hearing or something , can I file them myself without firing the attorney ? Or does my submitting the documents amount to an automatic firing ?
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Nisha Jones, Expert

Thanks for the additional information. Yes, you can still file any supporting documents directly with the clerk's office at the courthouse where your case is being processed and that would not amount to an automatic discharge of your attorney.

I hope that information helps! Let me know if you still have any questions about this. I'm here to help.

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That’s awesome thank you . If there was a hearing on temporary support that commenced on one day and oral arguments began , but the hearing went over the scheduled time so another day was scheduled to finish , can I still submit tax returns etc to the court prior to the date scheduled for the conclusion of the hearing ?
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When is the subsequent hearing date scheduled for?

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Can the court reject the information if oral argument has started ? Or can I still submit evidence that demonstrates income like tax returns that I just got possession of
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Nisha Jones, Expert

Typically you need to have any supporting evidence submitted at least one week prior to the hearing date. That gives the other party an opportunity to review the information and prepare in advance of the hearing. You can consider contacting the clerk's office at the courthouse where your case is being process to inquire about the filing requirements for any supporting documentation. You can still file the evidence now, but it may potentially cause a delay in rescheduling the subsequent hearing so that the other party has adequate time to prepare. However it's also possible that you are filing it with enough advance notice, so just be sure to check with the clerk's office concerning the filing requirements. I hope that helps clarify.

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Do I still file it pro Se or list my attorney
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Nisha Jones, Expert

You can file a copy of the tax returns yourself as an addendum to your prior motion. You would want to sign off on it with your own signature, although your attorney will still be considered your attorney of record for your case as well.

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Ok I’m sorry , I still don’t understand if I write my name and put pro Se or just my name
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Nisha Jones, Expert

No, you would just need to sign your name. You are not considered pro se since you have legal representation. I hope that helps to clarify. If not, please let me know. Thanks!

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Can I ask a new question for civil law
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Yes of course, we would be happy to help. Please first take a moment to post a new question. You can do so at this link:

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You can request me specifically by adding "For Nisha" the first part of your new question. Thanks!

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