Domestic Relations – Equitable Distribution — Pretrial Order – Set Aside Ex Mero Motu – Delay – Constitutional – Due ProcessPlomaritis v. Plomaritis Eighteen months after an equitable distribution trial, and without prior notice to the parties, the trial court, on its own motion, set aside the pretrial order that contained the parties’ detailed stipulations as to marital and divisible property. The trial court abused its discretion.
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Published: August 8, 2012
Time posted: 2:22 pm
Tags: Constitutional, Delay, Domestic Relations, Due Process, equitable distribution, Pretrial Order, Set Aside Ex Mero Motu