FH decided to hire himself a lawyer because I started processing paperwork to get child support deducted from his paycheck. He hasn't paid a single penny yet. Well, the attorney got my name wrong. On the first notice that he's been retained, he got my name wrong, but on the bottom portion where it states that he sent me a copy of the notice, my name is correct. Well, now he's sent something called interrogatories where they are asking for all sorts of financial info, but specifically from the misspelled person. I'm mostly annoyed because I'm leaving for vacation in a week and will be gone for three weeks, and they're requesting all the info within 30 days. It can be done, just aggravating. It reminds me of when I got busted for driving without a license. They misspelled my name the same wrong way, I paid the fine to be on the safe side, but the infraction never ended up on my record. So, anyone have technicality experiences when it comes to judges? I'll probably end up "doing the right thing" but am still in the considering evilness phase.