- Jan 10, 2011
- Reaction score
I read that KJs lawyer said that was just a formality due to a court deadline, but that the "sharing" court documents he was filing would override it. However, when they went into court the Judge obviously had some reservations - Thank goodness too. But I am still unsure if the Judge is just hesitant to give KJ some custody back or if TJ has not agreed to the deal after all.
That sounds a bit bogus, imo. The courts do not give out a permanent order of guardianship, and then let a new filing of co-guardianship ' overide' their original document. It is not as easy as that, imo. There would have to be a request for a new hearing and a reason given for that new hearing and new ruling.
I think KJ's atty was just trying to make things look a little better for KJ than it is right now.