by NZhere  07/02/2014  124 Page Views
0 Comments  Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
If final orders have been made (after many years in court), would there be any reason for legal aid to continue to fund a client.

Example being - orders finalised (not interim but final orders) and other party who was in receipt of legal aid, has had lawyer send letters to my lawyer for little, insignificant things. So this obviously costs me money but they seem to still have their legal aid (but private) lawyer acting for them.

I'm just curious because I would assume that after final hearing and barrister costs on top of the years before, the other party would have had their file finalised with the legal aid office.