Family Division 4 Information and Requirements. Regular office hours are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm EST. Closed from 12:00 until 1:00 p.m.

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Family Division 4 Information and Requirements. Regular office hours are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm EST. Closed from 12:00 until 1:00 p.m."

Transcription

1 Diana L. Moreland Circuit Judge Gail Elliott Judicial Assistant Family Division 4 Information and Requirements Contact Information Office Hours: Courtroom: Regular office hours are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm EST. Closed from 12:00 until 1:00 p.m. Proceedings are held in Courtroom 3E at the Manatee County Judicial Center, 1051 Manatee Ave West, Bradenton FL Mailing Address: PO Box 3000, Bradenton FL Telephone: (941) Fax: (941) The fax should be used for emergencies only, or with permission from the judicial assistant. Faxes are limited to ten pages. Any motion faxed to the judge must be faxed to all parties. s to the Court must be copied to all parties. Local Rules & Standards of Professionalism All attorneys must follow the Local Rules and the 12 th Judicial Circuit Standards of Professionalism, which are available via the internet at or NOTE: Local rules 5a and 5b regarding discovery motions are strictly enforced. Any discovery motions not in full compliance with these rules will not be heard. The Judicial Assistant cannot answer your legal questions, and will not explain your situation to the Judge. Your opportunity to speak to the Judge happens in Court only.

2 Scheduling Hearings General Rules: All motions shall be filed prior to reserving hearing time. An unlisted motion must have the exact name of the motion to be heard in the Notes section. Additionally, all motions to be heard shall be specifically listed in the Notes section on JACS. Any unlisted motion (without corresponding Notes section) will not be heard. Once a hearing is scheduled, no additional motions are to be added absent prior approval of opposing counsel and the Court. If multiple motions are being scheduled all motions shall be specifically listed in the Notes section on JACS. Any unlisted motions (without corresponding Notes section) on multiple motions will not be heard. Length of Hearing: Piggyback/Cross Notices Substitute motions: Courtesy Copies: Case Management: Hearings are limited to the time reserved. The scheduling party shall confer with opposing counsel and agree regarding the total time required. If unable for good cause to confer with opposing counsel, the party reserving and scheduling the hearing should determine how much hearing time they need and then double the estimate. It is recommended that 5 minute time slots be used for motions to withdraw, default, dispense with mediation or uncontested final hearings. Once a motion is scheduled via JACS or the Judicial Assistant, subsequent motions shall not be piggybacked or cross noticed, absent prior approval of opposing counsel and the Court. One scheduled time equates to one scheduled motion. Once a particular motion is scheduled via JACS or the Judicial Assistant, another motion shall not be substituted in the event the original motion is cancelled absent prior approval of opposing counsel and the Court. Copies of pleadings, memoranda of law, case law, notices of hearing, etc. must be received by the Court at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. Please mail or hand deliver rather than faxing. If the courtesy copies have not been provided in a timely manner, the hearing may be cancelled without notice and will need to be rescheduled. Requests for Case Management Conferences must be in the form of a motion, filed with the Clerk of Court and served on opposing counsel/parties. The motion must specify the issues to be addressed at the conference. Fla.R.Civ.P (a).

3 Hearings 1 hour or less: All hearings 1 hour or less in length must be scheduled through the Judicial Automated Calendaring System (JACS). Available timeslots are 5, 15, 30 and 60 minutes. JACS can be accessed online at It is recommended that 5 minute time slots be used for motions to withdraw, defalt, dispense with mediation and uncontested final hearings. Do not set back to back hearings to obtain more hearing time. Hearings More Than All hearings estimated to last more than 1 hour must be scheduled 1 Hour: through the judicial assistant. Inmate Appearance: The attorney scheduling a hearing is responsible for notifying the bailiff s office 3 business days prior to the hearing if an inmate needs to be transported from the jail for a hearing. Failure to notify the bailiff s office will result in cancellation of the hearing. Domestic Violence Motions: All domestic, repeat, dating, sexual or stalking motions (other than the initial petition) are scheduled through the Judicial Assisant, not on JACS. Any injunction hearing scheduled on JACS will be cancelled. Relocation: Cancellation of Hearings: Emergency Hearings: An evidentiary hearing or nonjury trial on a pleading seeking temporary or permanent relief filed under F.S (shall be accorded priority on the court s calendar. JACS should be used to cancel hearings when possible. However, JACS will not authorize a cancelation when it results in short notice to the parties. When JACS does not permit a cancelation, the moving party shall cancel the hearing only by contacting the judicial assistant by telephone. The phone call shall be promptly followed by a Notice of Cancellation filed with the Clerk of Court and notice of the cancelation provided to all parties. EVERYONE IS ENCOURAGED TO PROMPTLY CANCEL THE HEARING SO THE TIME MAY BE REUSED. The filing of a Notice of Cancellation does not cancel the hearing in JACS. Emergency motions must be filed with the Clerk of Court and served upon opposing party, except in those rare cases which permit ex parte relief. All motions requesting emergency hearing time shall be delivered directly to the judge along with a cover letter. The motion shall be detailed and include the amount of hearing time required. The judge will review the motion and determine whether an emergency hearing is required.

4 Motions for Rehearing, DO NOT SET THESE FOR HEARING. All Motions for Reconsideration and Rehearing, Reconsideration or for New Trial are to be submitted New Trial: directly to the judge along with a cover letter. The motion should be detailed. The judge will review the motion to determine whether a hearing is required. Special Interrogatories: Interpreters: Special interrogatories submitted to the judge s office will be considered except in matters where less than shared parental responsibility is awarded. A final judgment may be entered without a hearing if all required paperwork is correct and in proper order. The person needing the interpreter or his/her attorney is responsible for scheduling the interpreter. The Court does not automatically schedule interpreters for you. Each scheduled court event must be scheduled separately, as one scheduled event does not automatically schedule an interpreter for the duration of the case. Requests for court interpreters should be made at least 5 business days in advance of the scheduled proceeding. Requests made with less than 5 business days notice may not be accommodated. In the case of less common languages, more time may be necessary to arrange for a qualified interpreter and/or a telephonic interpreting service may be used. Child Testimony: Testimony from children is not permitted unless the Court grants permission after a hearing on a Motion to Allow Child Testimony. The Court will not automatically honor stipulations for a child to testify in Court. Do not bring children to the Courthouse without prior approval. See Fla.R.Fam.P Telephonic Appearance/Video Conference Telephonic appearances are generally allowed on nonevidentiary hearings 15 minutes or less in length. The Court will not initiate the call. The attorney wishing to appear telephonically will call the judicial assistant at (941) at the scheduled hearing time. Requests to appear by phone must be in writing at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. Please review Fla.R.Jud.Admin The motion and order must state the date time and subject of the hearing. Each party is responsible for preparing their own motion and order for telephonic appearance.

5 As more than one hearing is scheduled for the same time period, telephone hearings will be heard last. Conference Calls: Video Conference: The Court does not have the ability to accept more than one incoming call at a time. Therefore, if more than one person will be appearing telephonically, arrangements must be made for a conference call. If the parties cannot agree on who will initiate the conference call, the party first requesting to appear by telephone will be responsible for initiating the conference call. The Court should be contacted last at the scheduled time after all parties are on the line. The Court has the capability to offer video conferencing via WebEx for hearings. Please review Fla.R.Jud.Admin Requests must be in writing at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. The motion and order must state the date, time and subject matter of the hearing, as well as the address for the participant. The conference participants will need an internet connection, a web camera attached to a PC for video, and PC speakers or telephone for audio. Agreed Orders The Court will not sign agreed orders without written proof of agreement or consent. Otherwise you must provide a cover letter with '5 day hold' language included or schedule the matter for hearing. Proposed Orders/Judgments Unless otherwise provided by Rule and/or Statute, it is mandatory that any and all proposed orders/judgments, and/or any other paperwork sent to the Court include a cover letter with a brief explanation of the enclosed document, and what is being requested from the Court. The face of the cover letter must indicate copies have been sent to all parties. Proposed orders/judgments must be accompanied with sufficient copies and self-addressed stamped envelopes for all parties. Proposed orders resulting from a hearing must indicate the date the matter was heard and what motions were heard. Proposed orders/judgments submitted for consideration without a hearing must also be accompanied with a copy of the motion. If you do not follow this procedure, the paperwork will be returned to your office. UNSIGNED ORDERS OR JUDGMENTS SHOULD NOT BE SENT TO THE CLERK S OFFICE FOR TRANSMISSION TO THE JUDGE.

6 Magistrate and Hearing Officer Child Support For purposes of child support, Fla.Fam.L.R.P permits appointment of a Support Enforcement Hearing Officer in proceedings for the establishment, enforcement or modification of child support. Administrative Orders and establishes that use of the Support Enforcement Hearing Officer is appropriate in both Title IV-D, as well as Non-Title IV-D cases. The Chief Judge has also issued Administrative Order which appointed General Magistrate David Caskey to serve as a Support Enforcement Hearing Officer. Finally, pursuant to Fla.Fam.L.R.P (d) and Heilman v Heilman, 596 So2d 1046 (Fla. 1992), neither consent of the parties, or an order of referral is required. Therefore, all Non-Title IV-D child support issues shall be scheduled before the Honorable David Caskey, sitting as acting Support Enforcement hearing Office. All Title IV-D child support issues shall be scheduled before the Honorable Charles Denton, sitting as Support Enforcement Hearing Officer. Orders of Referral are not required for hearings in same. Temporary Alimony, Time-Sharing and Related Contempt Hearings Unless an objection to General Magistrate is on file, all temporary alimony, time-sharing and civil contempt/enforcement issues shall be referred to the General Magistrate. The scheduling attorney shall submit a Motion and Order of Referral to General Magistrate, pursuant to Fla.Fam.L.R.P. for the following issues: Discovery Motions All discovery related issues such as compel, contempt re: discovery order, extend time, protective order, objection to interrogatories, objection to production, quash, sanctions re: discovery matters, and any additional discovery-related motion not listed; as well as motions directed to the pleadings, such as amend, strike, default, dismiss, intervene, set aside, etc. shall be scheduled before General Magistrate David Caskey. Discovery issues shall be in compliance with Local Rule 5. The scheduling attorney shall submit a Motion and Order of Referral to General Magistrate, pursuant to Fla.Fam.L.R.P.

7 Not Heard by Magistrate: The following motions are not heard by the Magistrate: Vacate Final Judgment, withdrawal of counsel, modify or dissolve domestic violence injunctions, and any trial related motions, strike witness/exhibit lists, continue trial, etc. Exceptions to Recommended Report of Magistrate The original exception must be filed with the Clerk and a copy furnished directly to the Court. The Court will then enter an Order for Transcript which will set forth deadlines to submit a transcript and have the Exceptions heard. Exception hearings are nonevidentiary and similar to an appeal. Trials Once the case is at issue, a Notice That Case Is At Issue and Ready for Trial is filed with the Clerk. A copy of the Notice shall be forwarded to the Judge s office. The Notice shall indicate the issue(s) to be tried, such as dissolution of marriage, modification of time-sharing, etc., how much time is required for the trial and whether requesting a magistrate or judge for the trial. The Court will then send out an Order Scheduling Case Management Conference. Currently Thursdays and Fridays have been set aside each week for trials. Trials will be individually scheduled with a date and time certain. If more time is needed, the Court will schedule accordingly. In no case (except where a Marital Settlement Agreement has been fully executed) shall a party schedule a final hearing/trial, no matter how short, without a Notice That Case Is At Issue and Ready for Trial. Trial weeks: Pre-Trial Memorandum: Commencing June 2018, trials will be scheduled on a one week trial docket, with a scheduling conference the Monday before the trial week. In all cases, parties shall confer at least ten (10) days prior to trial and complete a Joint Pre-Trial Memorandum. If the parties are unable to complete a Joint Pre-Trial Memorandum, they shall certify they have attempted and failed. Upon certifying failure to complete a Joint Pre-Trial Memorandum, each party shall complete his or her own Pre-Trial Memorandum. The Pre-Trial Memorandum shall have attached a fully executed Financial Affidavit for each party, a child support guideline worksheet where

8 applicable and an Equitable Distribution Matrix. Documents are available at either or Continuances: Trials are not continued by stipulation until a motion or stipulation stating the need for the continuance are received by the Court, the Court has reviewed same and the Judicial Assistant has notified the parties after the Court has made a determination. Pursuant to Rule 1.440(b) a notice for trial announces that the action is at issue and ready to be set for trial. Continuances to complete discovery or for other reasons that suggest that the action is not ready for trial at the time the notice of trial was filed and served will be strongly disfavored and may result in it not being placed on a trial docket. Pursuant to Rule 2.545(e), Florida Judicial Administration Rules, and Rule of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, motions for continuance shall be in writing and must be signed by the party, not just their counsel. The Court must approve stipulations to continue a trial, once the cause has been set on the trial docket. Mediation: Settlements: Final Judgments: Mediation is required prior to trial. Should a party desire NOT to participate in mediation, a motion will need to be filed and a hearing held. The judge s office shall be contacted immediately once a settlement has been reached. No Final Judgment after trial shall be submitted unless specifically requested by the Court. When requested, proposed Final Judgments shall be submitted in Word format. Parenting Classes Orders: All parties to a dissolution of marriage or a paternity proceeding with minor children are required by F.S to complete the Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course and file a Certificate of Completion prior to the entry of a final judgment. Orders to attend parenting course will not be entered. The law mandates time frames within which parents must expeditiously complete a DCF approved Parent Education and Family

9 Stabilization Course. It is the responsibility of counsel to ensure their client has completed this course and a Certificate of Completion is on file. Non-Compliance: Correspondence or Internet Courses: If one party has not complied at the time of the final hearing by filing a Certificate of Completion, the non-complying party may be limited to supervised time-sharing until compliance. If both parties have not complied, the hearing will be cancelled. A DCF approved course through correspondence or the internet may be used. If you wish to take advantage of such course, you must make a written request to the judge. The requesting party is responsible for preparing their own motion and order.

Circuit Civil Division H-1 Information And Requirements

Circuit Civil Division H-1 Information And Requirements KIMBERLY C BONNER Contact Information Office Hours: Regular office hours are from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM The office is closed for lunch daily from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Courtroom: Proceedings are held in Courtroom

More information

UNIFIED FAMILY COURT POLICIES & PROCEDURES HONORABLE SCOTT CUPP ( 5, 2018 NOTICE OF RELATED CASES IN UNIFIED FAMILY COURT

UNIFIED FAMILY COURT POLICIES & PROCEDURES HONORABLE SCOTT CUPP ( 5, 2018 NOTICE OF RELATED CASES IN UNIFIED FAMILY COURT UNIFIED FAMILY COURT POLICIES & PROCEDURES HONORABLE SCOTT CUPP (effective December 5, 2018) NOTICE OF RELATED CASES IN UNIFIED FAMILY COURT: Petitioners in any family case are required to file a Notice

More information

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTIVE ECFLAD

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTIVE ECFLAD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTIVE ECFLAD 2007-01 IN RE: POLICIES AND PROCEDURES OF THE FAMILY LAW DIVISION OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, ESCAMBIA

More information

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION L PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES JUDGE DONNA L. MCINTOSH

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION L PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES JUDGE DONNA L. MCINTOSH EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION L PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES JUDGE DONNA L. MCINTOSH UPDATED AUGUST 2018 INDEX Courtroom Decorum: 2 Hearings: 1. Scheduling 2 2. Telephone

More information

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION K

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION K EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION K ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE DEBRA S. NELSON (Amended September 17, 2018) INDEX Hearings Scheduling...2 Ex Parte...2

More information

CIVIL AND FORECLOSURE POLICIES & PROCEDURES (Effective July 1, 2014)

CIVIL AND FORECLOSURE POLICIES & PROCEDURES (Effective July 1, 2014) Judge James R. Shenko Collier County Courthouse 3315 Tamiami Trail East, Suite 405 Naples, FL 34112 Telephone (239) 252-4264 Fax (239) 252-8788 CIVIL AND FORECLOSURE POLICIES & PROCEDURES (Effective July

More information

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION G ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION G ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION G ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE MICHAEL J. RUDISILL (UPDATED January 2017) INDEX Hearings: Trials: Scheduling...

More information

HON. G. KEITH CARY FAMILY LAW DIVISION - A 1700 MONROE STREET FORT MYERS FLORIDA Telephone Number Fax Number

HON. G. KEITH CARY FAMILY LAW DIVISION - A 1700 MONROE STREET FORT MYERS FLORIDA Telephone Number Fax Number HON. G. KEITH CARY FAMILY LAW DIVISION - A 1700 MONROE STREET FORT MYERS FLORIDA 33901 Telephone Number 239-335-2156 Fax Number 239-335-2264 HEARING ROOM 18 - FIRST FLOOR Office Procedures Scheduling of

More information

Judge Branning s Civil Division Procedures. Judge Branning is in Courtroom 4-J

Judge Branning s Civil Division Procedures. Judge Branning is in Courtroom 4-J Judge Branning s Civil Division Procedures These procedures are intended to ensure that all parties and their attorneys have equal access to justice through the organized administration of the courts.

More information

JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES FOR CIRCUIT FAMILY

JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES FOR CIRCUIT FAMILY HONORABLE SUSAN ST. JOHN Section 17 545 1 st Avenue North, Room 312 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-582-7436 section17@jud6.org JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES FOR CIRCUIT FAMILY *SECTION 17 DOES NOT SCHEDULE

More information

Judge Krier s Civil Division Procedures Collier County

Judge Krier s Civil Division Procedures Collier County Judge Krier s Civil Division Procedures Collier County These procedures are intended to ensure that all parties and their attorneys have equal access to justice through the organized administration of

More information

Attorneys are expected to read and follow the Florida Bar Family Section Bounds of Advocacy that can be found at

Attorneys are expected to read and follow the Florida Bar Family Section Bounds of Advocacy that can be found at HONORABLE SHERWOOD S COLEMAN Judicial Practice Preferences for Circuit Family Section 23 315 Court Street, Room 484 Clearwater, FL 33756 section23@jud6.org IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER: The Judicial Assistant

More information

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Family Cases Assigned to Judge Paul B. Kanarek (December 20, 2010)

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Family Cases Assigned to Judge Paul B. Kanarek (December 20, 2010) Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Family Cases Assigned to Judge Paul B. Kanarek (December 20, 2010) HEARINGS Hearing time may be obtained by contacting the court s Judicial Assistant

More information

JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES FOR CIRCUIT FAMILY SECTION 17

JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES FOR CIRCUIT FAMILY SECTION 17 HONORABLE DONEENE D. LOAR Family Section 17 545 1 st Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33701 SUZY ISAKSEN Judicial Assistant 77-582-7436 section17@jud6.org JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES FOR CIRCUIT FAMILY

More information

2. When should I send the courtesy copy of the Motion? No less than five (5) days before the hearing.

2. When should I send the courtesy copy of the Motion? No less than five (5) days before the hearing. Frequently asked questions for Uniform Motion Calendar: 1. Do I need to send a physical copy of the motion to the Judge s chambers before the hearing?? Yes. Our Division requires a copy of the notice and

More information

Family Law Rules of Procedure. Table of Contents

Family Law Rules of Procedure. Table of Contents Family Law Rules of Procedure Table of Contents CITATIONS TO OPINIONS ADOPTING OR AMENDING RULES...11 RULE 12.000. PREFACE...14 SECTION I FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE...15 RULE 12.003. COORDINATION OF

More information

Policies and Procedures for Circuit Civil Division 35

Policies and Procedures for Circuit Civil Division 35 STATE OF FLORIDA NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA PATRICIA STROWBRIDGE Circuit Judge COUNTIES OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA ORANGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 425 N. ORANGE AVENUE, SUITE 1115 ORLANDO, FL 32801 (407) 836-2481

More information

Guidelines & Procedures Civil Div. 37

Guidelines & Procedures Civil Div. 37 Guidelines & Procedures Civil Div. 37 Judge Keith A. Carsten Circuit Judge Debbie Hafner, Judicial Assistant Phone (407) 836-4526 Email ctjadh1@ocnjcc.org In Order to assist Counsel, the Litigants and

More information

FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE TABLE OF CONTENTS FAMILY LAW FORMS, COMMENTARY, AND INSTRUCTIONS... 5 CITATIONS TO OPINIONS ADOPTING OR

FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE TABLE OF CONTENTS FAMILY LAW FORMS, COMMENTARY, AND INSTRUCTIONS... 5 CITATIONS TO OPINIONS ADOPTING OR FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE TABLE OF CONTENTS FAMILY LAW FORMS, COMMENTARY, AND INSTRUCTIONS... 5 CITATIONS TO OPINIONS ADOPTING OR AMENDING RULES... 11 RULE 12.000. PREFACE... 14 RULE 12.003.

More information

JUDGE ERIC C. ROBERSON Circuit Civil Division CV-G Hearing Room 712

JUDGE ERIC C. ROBERSON Circuit Civil Division CV-G Hearing Room 712 INTRODUCTION JUDGE ERIC C. ROBERSON Circuit Civil Division CV-G Hearing Room 712 Duval County Courthouse 501 West Adams Street, Suite 7003 Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Sarah Kaleel, Judicial Assistant Email:

More information

COUNTY COURT JUDGE GIUSEPPINA MIRANDA PROCEDURES FOR DIVISION 52. (Amended May 1, 2017)

COUNTY COURT JUDGE GIUSEPPINA MIRANDA PROCEDURES FOR DIVISION 52. (Amended May 1, 2017) GIUSEPPINA MIRANDA COUNTY COURT JUDGE CIVIL DIVISION SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA BROWARD COUNTY COURTHOUSE 201 SE 6TH STREET, ROOM 13137 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301 (954) 831-7230 COUNTY COURT

More information

PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURES & PROTOCOL FOR JURY TRIALS & REFERRAL TO MEDIATION Revised March 2, 2018 (to correct web link only)

PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURES & PROTOCOL FOR JURY TRIALS & REFERRAL TO MEDIATION Revised March 2, 2018 (to correct web link only) CIRCUIT CIVIL SARASOTA COUNTY PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURES & PROTOCOL FOR JURY TRIALS & REFERRAL TO MEDIATION Revised March 2, 2018 (to correct web link only) I LOCAL RULES, STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM & GOOD

More information

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION K ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION K ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION K ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE JESSICA J. RECKSIEDLER **updated on 6/27/2017** INDEX Courtroom Decorum:...03

More information

OFFICE OF CIRCUIT JUDGE ELIZABETH V. KRIER COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE 3301 EAST TAMIAMI TRAIL, BUILDING L NAPLES, FLORIDA TELEPHONE:

OFFICE OF CIRCUIT JUDGE ELIZABETH V. KRIER COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE 3301 EAST TAMIAMI TRAIL, BUILDING L NAPLES, FLORIDA TELEPHONE: OFFICE OF CIRCUIT JUDGE ELIZABETH V. KRIER COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE 3301 EAST TAMIAMI TRAIL, BUILDING L NAPLES, FLORIDA 34112 TELEPHONE: (239) 252-4260 FAX NUMBER: Emergencies Only - Call Judicial Assistant

More information

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION L ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE JOHN D.

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION L ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE JOHN D. EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY CIVIL/FAMILY DIVISION L ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE JOHN D. GALLUZZO UPDATED MARCH 2018 INDEX Courtroom Decorum: 2 Hearings: Orders:

More information

Guidelines & Procedures Civil Div. 35

Guidelines & Procedures Civil Div. 35 Guidelines & Procedures Civil Div. 35 Heather L. Higbee Circuit Judge Donna Isaacson, Judicial Assistant Phone (407) 836-0598 Email: ctjadi2@ocnjcc.org In Order to assist Counsel, the Litigants and the

More information

19 th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Janet Croom Guidelines and Procedures. Circuit Civil Jury Division (Updated: September, 2017)

19 th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Janet Croom Guidelines and Procedures. Circuit Civil Jury Division (Updated: September, 2017) 19 th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Janet Croom Guidelines and Procedures Circuit Civil Jury Division (Updated: September, 2017) PLEASE REVIEW ALL PROCEDURES PRIOR TO CONTACTING THE JUDGE S OFFICE Page

More information

OFFICE ADDRESSES AND LOCATIONS SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS

OFFICE ADDRESSES AND LOCATIONS SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS Judge Lawrence Mirman Procedures FOR CIVIL NON-JURY CASES (RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES ARE A SEPARATE DOCUMENT, POSTED at www.circuit19.org) OFFICE ADDRESSES AND LOCATIONS Non-Jury Civil

More information

STATE OF FLORIDA Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida

STATE OF FLORIDA Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida Chad K. Alvaro Circuit Judge STATE OF FLORIDA Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida Counties of Orange and Osceola 425 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 1125 Orlando, Florida 32801 Hearing Room 1100.01 / Courtroom 18

More information

All mandatory traffic, non criminal citations, etc., shall be set on the first Wednesday of the month.

All mandatory traffic, non criminal citations, etc., shall be set on the first Wednesday of the month. ASSIGNMENT Martin: One-third of Martin County Court Cases To set a hearing, please call the Judge s office at 772-288-5556. Small claims Pretrial Conferences and dockets will occur on Tuesday mornings

More information

ORANGE COUNTY COURT BUILDING

ORANGE COUNTY COURT BUILDING David P. Johnson County Judge State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida ORANGE COUNTY COURT BUILDING Post Office Box 4934 425 North Orange Avenue, Suite 370 Orlando, Florida 32802-4934 (407) 836-2018(office)

More information

PRACTICE PREFERENCES JUDGE GREGORY G. GROGER

PRACTICE PREFERENCES JUDGE GREGORY G. GROGER PRACTICE PREFERENCES JUDGE GREGORY G. GROGER CIRCUIT CIVIL SECTION B FORECLOSURE SECTIONS J4, J8 Judicial Assistant: Gia Reda Bailiff: Deputy Kim Sanders Mailing Address: Robert D. Sumner Judicial Center

More information

SECTION 33 INSTRUCTIONS AND JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES LAST UPDATED APRIL 15, 2015

SECTION 33 INSTRUCTIONS AND JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES LAST UPDATED APRIL 15, 2015 IN GENERAL SECTION 33 INSTRUCTIONS AND JUDICIAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES LAST UPDATED APRIL 15, 2015 Please follow the instructions below to schedule hearings. FAILURE TO ABIDE BY THE SECTION 33 INSTRUCTIONS

More information

UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL; PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRETRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED

UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL; PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRETRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. CIVIL DIVISION 37 Plaintiff(s), vs. Defendant(s). / UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL; PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE

More information

DEFINITIONS PAPERWORK IN YOUR CASE

DEFINITIONS PAPERWORK IN YOUR CASE For distribution by Brevard County, Florida, Clerk of the Court and other court personnel to all persons who seek a MODIFICATION OF FINAL JUDGMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (DIVORCE) OR OTHER ORDER but

More information

Honorable Judge Thomas Ramsberger 545 First Avenue North, Room 200 St. Petersburg, FL JURY TRIAL WEEKS * ALL ONE (1) WEEK DOCKETS *

Honorable Judge Thomas Ramsberger 545 First Avenue North, Room 200 St. Petersburg, FL JURY TRIAL WEEKS * ALL ONE (1) WEEK DOCKETS * Honorable Judge Thomas Ramsberger 545 First Avenue North, Room 200 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil / Section 19 (Last Updated: March 19, 2019) 2019 JURY TRIAL WEEKS

More information

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA BARBARA W. BRONIS CIRCUIT JUDGE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA 218 S. 2ND ST. SUITE 312 FORT PIERCE, FL 34950 (772) 462-1460 2019 Procedures for All Cases Assigned to Judge

More information

CASE NUMBER: UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL; PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRETRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED

CASE NUMBER: UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL; PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRETRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NUMBER: UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL; PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRETRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED

More information

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION IN RE: The Marriage Of Petitioner, and CASE NO: Respondent. / PRE-TRIAL ORDER AND ORDER SETTING TRIAL

More information

When should this form be used?

When should this form be used? INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA SUPREME COURT APPROVED FAMILY LAW FORM 12.961 NOTICE OF HEARING ON MOTION FOR CONTEMPT/ENFORCEMENT IN SUPPORT MATTERS (RULE 12.615) (09/18) When should this form be used? Use this

More information

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Elizabeth A. Metzger Courtroom B, Okeechobee County Courthouse

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Elizabeth A. Metzger Courtroom B, Okeechobee County Courthouse Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Elizabeth A. Metzger Courtroom B, Okeechobee County Courthouse HEARINGS 1. Special set hearing time: Special set hearing

More information

HONORABLE KEITH MEYER 315 COURT STREET, ROOM 468 CLEARWATER, FL Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil

HONORABLE KEITH MEYER 315 COURT STREET, ROOM 468 CLEARWATER, FL Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil HONORABLE KEITH MEYER 315 COURT STREET, ROOM 468 CLEARWATER, FL 33756 727-464-3548 Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER: The Judicial Assistant CANNOT answer your legal

More information

PRACTICE PREFERENCES JUDGE GREGORY G. GROGER

PRACTICE PREFERENCES JUDGE GREGORY G. GROGER PRACTICE PREFERENCES JUDGE GREGORY G. GROGER CIRCUIT CIVIL SECTION B FORECLOSURE SECTIONS J4, J8 Judicial Assistant: Gia Reda Bailiff: Doug Theodore Mailing Address: Robert D. Sumner Judicial Center 38053

More information

CASE NO: FORECLOSURE SCHEDULING ORDER. 1. Any prior order referring this case to Senior Judge Sandra Taylor is hereby VACATED.

CASE NO: FORECLOSURE SCHEDULING ORDER. 1. Any prior order referring this case to Senior Judge Sandra Taylor is hereby VACATED. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 16 TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY CASE NO: Vs. Plaintiff Defendants / FORECLOSURE SCHEDULING ORDER THIS CASE having been reviewed by the

More information

GUIDELINES, PROCEDURES AND EXPECTATIONS OSCEOLA COUNTY CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION 20 (Revised and Effective 05/01/2017)

GUIDELINES, PROCEDURES AND EXPECTATIONS OSCEOLA COUNTY CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION 20 (Revised and Effective 05/01/2017) GUIDELINES, PROCEDURES AND EXPECTATIONS OSCEOLA COUNTY CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION 20 (Revised and Effective 05/01/2017) Judge Margaret H. Schreiber Circuit Judge Wendy Blair, Judicial Assistant Phone: (407)

More information

GENERAL INFORMATION. Judge Lynn N. Silvertooth Judicial Center 2002 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota, FL 34237

GENERAL INFORMATION. Judge Lynn N. Silvertooth Judicial Center 2002 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota, FL 34237 Hunter W Carroll Circuit Judge Lisa Fritz Judicial Assistant GENERAL INFORMATION Office Information: Judge Lynn N Silvertooth Judicial Center 2002 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota, FL 34237 Courtroom: Judge

More information

Judicial Assistant s > ALWAYS copy opposing counsel(s) on correspondence to the Court

Judicial Assistant s  > ALWAYS copy opposing counsel(s) on correspondence to the Court Honorable Judge Amy M. Williams 545 First Avenue North, Room 417 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil/Section 11 2019 JURY TRIAL WEEKS *ALL ONE WEEK DOCKETS* JANUARY 7 FEBRUARY

More information

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Gary L. Sweet Courtroom B Okeechobee County Courthouse

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Gary L. Sweet Courtroom B Okeechobee County Courthouse Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Gary L. Sweet Courtroom B Okeechobee County Courthouse HEARINGS 1. Special set hearing time (including Foreclosure Summary

More information

PACKET 7. Forms Associated with a. Motion to Enforce

PACKET 7. Forms Associated with a. Motion to Enforce PACKET 7 Forms Associated with a Motion to Enforce For example, to enforce a Final Judgment of Divorce, a Child Support Order, a Paternity Order, etc. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Revised November 19, 2013

More information

Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations Orange County Circuit Civil Division 40 Judge Bob LeBlanc

Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations Orange County Circuit Civil Division 40 Judge Bob LeBlanc Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations Orange County Circuit Civil Division 40 Judge Bob LeBlanc Cindy Brown, Judicial Assistant Phone (407) 836 2012 Email ctjacb1@ocnjcc.org **NOTE: REVISED AND EFFECTIVE

More information

Adopted November 10, 2000, by Chief District Court Judge John W. Smith. See Separate Section on Rules governing Criminal and Juvenile Courts Rule

Adopted November 10, 2000, by Chief District Court Judge John W. Smith. See Separate Section on Rules governing Criminal and Juvenile Courts Rule LOCAL RULES FOR THE DISTRICT COURTS OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT FAMILY COURT, DOMESTIC, CIVIL AND GENERAL RULES NEW HANOVER AND PENDER COUNTIES, NORTH CAROLINA Adopted November 10, 2000, by Chief District

More information

Guidelines & Procedures Div. 70 County Civil. Judge Martha C. Adams Orange County Judge

Guidelines & Procedures Div. 70 County Civil. Judge Martha C. Adams Orange County Judge Guidelines & Procedures Div. 70 County Civil Judge Martha C. Adams Orange County Judge Laurie McGee, Judicial Assistant Phone: (407) 836-2072 Email: ctjalm2@ocnjcc.org In order to assist self-represented

More information

HONORABLE JACK R. ST. ARNOLD 315 COURT ST., ROOM 423 CLEARWATER, FL (727) Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil / Foreclosures

HONORABLE JACK R. ST. ARNOLD 315 COURT ST., ROOM 423 CLEARWATER, FL (727) Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil / Foreclosures HONORABLE JACK R. ST. ARNOLD 315 COURT ST., ROOM 423 CLEARWATER, FL 33756 (727) 464-3239 Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil / Foreclosures IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER: The Judicial Assistant CANNOT

More information

State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida

State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida Eric DuBois County Judge ORANGE COUNTY COURT BUILDING Post Office Box 4934 425 North Orange Avenue, Suite 385 Orlando, Florida 32802 4934 (407) 836 0560(office)

More information

Guidelines & Procedures Orange Civil- Division 33

Guidelines & Procedures Orange Civil- Division 33 Guidelines & Procedures Orange Civil- Division 33 Judge Kevin B. Weiss Circuit Judge Jill Gay, Judicial Assistant Phone (407) 836-2354 In Order to assist Counsel, the Litigants and the Court, the following

More information

Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil/Section 11

Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil/Section 11 Honorable Judge Amy M. Williams 545 First Avenue North, Room 417 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil/Section 11 2018 JURY TRIAL WEEKS December 3 2019 JURY TRIAL WEEKS JANUARY

More information

COMMERCIAL CALENDAR N (Effective November 17, 2010)

COMMERCIAL CALENDAR N (Effective November 17, 2010) COMMERCIAL CALENDAR N (Effective November 17, 2010) JUDGE DANIEL J. PIERCE 2307 RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60602 Case Coordinator: Kate Moore 312-603-4804 STANDING ORDER FOR PRETRIAL PROCEDURE

More information

JUDGE GABRIELLE N. SANDERS Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations For Osceola County Civil Division 60-G, Courtroom 4B

JUDGE GABRIELLE N. SANDERS Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations For Osceola County Civil Division 60-G, Courtroom 4B STATE OF FLORIDA NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA COUNTIES OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE 2 COURTHOUSE SQUARE, SUITE 6425 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 34741 (407) 742-2495 WWW.NINTHCIRCUIT.ORG

More information

State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida

State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida Mike Murphy Circuit Judge State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida www.ninthcircuit.org Osceola County Courthouse 2 Courthouse Square Kissimmee, Florida 34741 COURTROOM 5C Breean Greene Judicial

More information

COMMERCIAL CALENDAR N (Effective February 8, 2013)

COMMERCIAL CALENDAR N (Effective February 8, 2013) COMMERCIAL CALENDAR N (Effective February 8, 2013) JUDGE MARGARET ANN BRENNAN 2307 RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60602 Case Coordinator: Ann Ostrowski 312-603-4804 Law Clerk: Andrew Cook 312-603-7259

More information

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY COUNTY/CIVIL DIVISION S COURTROOM C ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY COUNTY/CIVIL DIVISION S COURTROOM C ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEMINOLE COUNTY COUNTY/CIVIL DIVISION S COURTROOM C ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES JUDGE DEBRA L. KRAUSE REVISED JANUARY 2018 CONTENTS HEARINGS...1 Scheduling

More information

CALENDAR Q. JUDGE PATRICK J. SHERLOCK 2007 RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS fax

CALENDAR Q. JUDGE PATRICK J. SHERLOCK 2007 RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS fax CALENDAR Q JUDGE PATRICK J. SHERLOCK 2007 RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60602 312-603-5902 312-603-3022 fax Case Coordinator: Melissa Robbins Melissa.Robbins@cookcountyil.gov STANDING ORDER

More information

UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL AND PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRE-TRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED

UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL AND PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE AND REQUIRING PRE-TRIAL MATTERS TO BE COMPLETED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA., CASE NO. -CA- CIVIL DIVISION 20 Plaintiff, vs., Defendant. / UNIFORM ORDER SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL AND PRE-TRIAL

More information

CASE NUMBER: DIV 71. It appearing that this case is at issue and can be set for trial, it is ORDERED as follows:

CASE NUMBER: DIV 71. It appearing that this case is at issue and can be set for trial, it is ORDERED as follows: Plaintiff(s), vs. Defendant(s). / IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NUMBER: DIV 71 UNIFORM ORDER REGARDING SETTING CASE FOR JURY TRIAL, PRE-TRIAL

More information

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT LAW DIVISION JUDGE RAYMOND W. MITCHELL STANDING ORDER.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT LAW DIVISION JUDGE RAYMOND W. MITCHELL STANDING ORDER. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT LAW DIVISION JUDGE RAYMOND W. MITCHELL STANDING ORDER March 29, 2012 This Standing Order supercedes all prior Standing Orders regarding pending

More information

Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil (Revised March 2018)

Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil (Revised March 2018) HONORABLE GEORGE M. JIROTKA CIRCUIT CIVIL SECTION 15 PINELLAS COUNTY COURTHOUSE 315 COURT STREET, ROOM 417 CLEARWATER, FL 33756 (727)464-3636 section15@jud6.org Judicial Practice Preferences Circuit Civil

More information

9:30 a.m. MOTION CALL, CASE MANAGEMENT, STATUS DATES 10:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. MATTERS SET BY THE COURT

9:30 a.m. MOTION CALL, CASE MANAGEMENT, STATUS DATES 10:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. MATTERS SET BY THE COURT HONORABLE FRANKLIN U. VALDERRAMA STANDING ORDER CALENDAR 3 Room 2402, Richard J. Daley Center Telephone: 312-603-5432 No Fax or Email Law Clerks: Alexandra M. Franco Samantha Grund-Wickramasekera Court

More information

CIRCUIT COURT FOR BALTIMORE CITY FAMILY DIVISION. Differentiated Case Management Plan

CIRCUIT COURT FOR BALTIMORE CITY FAMILY DIVISION. Differentiated Case Management Plan CIRCUIT COURT FOR BALTIMORE CITY FAMILY DIVISION Differentiated Case Management Plan DRAFT July 5, 2016 This Family DCM Plan is instituted in accordance with Maryland Rule 16-202(b), which requires the

More information

PRE-DECREE OR PRE-FINAL ORDERS

PRE-DECREE OR PRE-FINAL ORDERS District Court El Paso County, Colorado Court Address: 270 S. Tejon, PO Box 2980, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 (719) 448-7650 Petitioner: COURT USE ONLY Case Number: Respondent / Co-Petitioner: DOMESTIC

More information

Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois Domestic Relations Division Calendar #62 Richard J. Daley Center, Room 3010 Chicago, Illinois 60602

Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois Domestic Relations Division Calendar #62 Richard J. Daley Center, Room 3010 Chicago, Illinois 60602 Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois Domestic Relations Division Calendar #62 Richard J. Daley Center, Room 3010 Chicago, Illinois 60602 JUDGE TIMOTHY P. MURPHY STANDING ORDERS 1. GENERAL: The purpose

More information

Procedures for JUDGE ELAINE A. BARBOUR FELONY DIVISION 16-1 ORANGE COUNTY COURTROOM: 7D

Procedures for JUDGE ELAINE A. BARBOUR FELONY DIVISION 16-1 ORANGE COUNTY COURTROOM: 7D State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit OF Florida ELAINE A. BARBOUR Circuit Judge COUNTIES OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA ORANGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 425 N ORANGE AVE, SUITE 840 ORLANDO, FL 32801 (407) 836-2342 WWW.NINTHCIRCUIT.ORG

More information

LOCAL RULES SUPERIOR COURT of CALIFORNIA, COUNTY of ORANGE DIVISION 7 FAMILY LAW

LOCAL RULES SUPERIOR COURT of CALIFORNIA, COUNTY of ORANGE DIVISION 7 FAMILY LAW DIVISION 7 FAMILY LAW Rule Effective 700. Subject Matter of the Family Law Court 07/01/2014 700.5 Attorneys and Self Represented Parties 07/01/2011 700.6 Family Law Filings 01/01/2012 701. Assignment of

More information

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA THREE-YEAR CYCLE REPORT OF THE FAMILY LAW RULES COMMITTEE

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA THREE-YEAR CYCLE REPORT OF THE FAMILY LAW RULES COMMITTEE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE CASE NO.: THREE-YEAR CYCLE REPORT OF THE FAMILY LAW RULES COMMITTEE Raymond T. McNeal, Chair, Family Law Rules

More information

JUDGE VIRGINIA B. NORTON DIVISION CV-D 501 WEST ADAMS STREET, ROOM 7038 Hearing Room 703 Jacksonville, FL 32202

JUDGE VIRGINIA B. NORTON DIVISION CV-D 501 WEST ADAMS STREET, ROOM 7038 Hearing Room 703 Jacksonville, FL 32202 JUDGE VIRGINIA B. NORTON DIVISION CV-D 501 WEST ADAMS STREET, ROOM 7038 Hearing Room 703 Jacksonville, FL 32202 Lynn Davis, Judicial Assistant PHONE: (904) 255-1300 FAX: (904) 357-5982 Email: Lyndavis@coj.net

More information

ORDER ESTABLISHING MOTION PRACTICE PROCEDURE. THIS COURT, having determined the need to facilitate an orderly progression of

ORDER ESTABLISHING MOTION PRACTICE PROCEDURE. THIS COURT, having determined the need to facilitate an orderly progression of ORDER ESTABLISHING MOTION PRACTICE PROCEDURE THIS COURT, having determined the need to facilitate an orderly progression of certain civil matters before this Court, finds as follows: A. Discovery motions

More information

14 th JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT DIVISION GENERAL CIVIL RULES

14 th JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT DIVISION GENERAL CIVIL RULES 14 th JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT DIVISION GENERAL CIVIL RULES TABLE OF CONTENTS RULE 1: GENERAL RULES...3 RULE 2: CASE MANAGEMENT...6 RULE 3: CALENDARS...7 RULE 4: COURT-ORDERED ARBITRATION...9 RULE

More information

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS Misc. Docket No. 16-9033 APPROVAL OF LOCAL RULES FOR THE BEXAR COUNTY CIVIL DISTRICT COURTS ORDERED that: Pursuant to Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 3a, the Supreme Court approves

More information

19 th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Janet Croom Guidelines and Procedures. Probate Division Guardianship Division (Updated: September, 2017)

19 th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Janet Croom Guidelines and Procedures. Probate Division Guardianship Division (Updated: September, 2017) 19 th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Janet Croom Guidelines and Procedures Probate Division Guardianship Division (Updated: September, 2017) PLEASE REVIEW ALL PROCEDURES PRIOR TO CONTACTING THE JUDGE S OFFICE

More information

SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF NASSAU -PART 47

SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF NASSAU -PART 47 SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF NASSAU -PART 47 INTEGRATED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COURT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COURT COMBINED PART RULES & PROCEDURES Acting Supreme Court Justice: HON. HELENE F.

More information

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT CHANCERY DIVISION CALENDAR 7 COURTROOM 2405 JUDGE DIANE J. LARSEN STANDING ORDER 2.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT CHANCERY DIVISION CALENDAR 7 COURTROOM 2405 JUDGE DIANE J. LARSEN STANDING ORDER 2. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT CHANCERY DIVISION Chambers Telephone: 312-603-3343 Courtroom Clerk: Phil Amato Law Clerks: Azar Alexander & Andrew Sarros CALENDAR 7 COURTROOM

More information

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FAMILY COURT DIVISION DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FAMILY COURT DIVISION DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FAMILY COURT DIVISION DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN RULE 1. GENERAL RULES 1.1 The purpose of these rules is to institute a Case Management Plan

More information

Supreme Court of Florida

Supreme Court of Florida Supreme Court of Florida No. SC17-1947 IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT APPROVED FAMILY LAW FORMS FORM 12.961 PER CURIAM. [December 14, 2017] Pursuant to the procedures approved by this Court

More information

COMMERCIAL CALENDAR I (Effective January 30, 2012)

COMMERCIAL CALENDAR I (Effective January 30, 2012) COMMERCIAL CALENDAR I (Effective January 30, 2012) JUDGE THOMAS R. MULROY 2207 RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60602 Case Coordinator: Margaret Murphy 312-603-6058 STANDING ORDER FOR PRETRIAL

More information

ADAMS COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE BUSINESS OF COURTS

ADAMS COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE BUSINESS OF COURTS ADAMS COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 51. Title and Citation of Rules. Scope. All civil procedural rules adopted by the Adams County Court of Common Pleas shall be known as the

More information

Dodge County. 1) Rules of Decorum. (Sixth Judicial District)

Dodge County. 1) Rules of Decorum. (Sixth Judicial District) Dodge County (Sixth Judicial District) 1. Rules of Decorum 2. Civil Practice 3. Rules of Criminal Procedure 4. Rules of Family Court Procedure 5. Filing of Papers by Electronic Filing and Facsimile Transmission

More information

These rules shall be known as the Local Rules for Columbia and Montour Counties, the 26 th Judicial District, and shall be cited as L.R. No.

These rules shall be known as the Local Rules for Columbia and Montour Counties, the 26 th Judicial District, and shall be cited as L.R. No. BUSINESS OF THE COURT L.R. No. 51 TITLE AND CITATION OF RULES These rules shall be known as the Local Rules for Columbia and Montour Counties, the 26 th Judicial District, and shall be cited as L.R. No.

More information

Local Rules of the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division. Released for comment 5/20/2015

Local Rules of the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division. Released for comment 5/20/2015 Local Rules of the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division. Released for comment 5/20/2015 RULE 1 COMPLIANCE WITH OHIO RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Unless otherwise provided herein,

More information

RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES

RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES Updated 03/19/2018 NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER COUNTY CIRCUIT JUDGE PAUL B. KANAREK S RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES 1. UNIFORM MOTION

More information

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Robert E. Belanger HEARINGS

Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Robert E. Belanger HEARINGS Courtroom Guidelines, Procedures and Expectations for Civil Cases Assigned to Judge Robert E. Belanger St. Lucie County Courthouse 218 S. 2 nd Street Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (Non-Jury Civil Matters, excluding

More information

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES CHAPTER FIVE FAMILY DIVISION RULES...124

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES CHAPTER FIVE FAMILY DIVISION RULES...124 CHAPTER FIVE FAMILY DIVISION RULES...124 5.1 APPLICABILITY OF RULES; SANCTIONS...124 (a) Applicability of Rules...124 (b) Sanctions...124 5.2 MATTERS ASSIGNED TO FAMILY LAW DIVISION; COVER SHEET...124

More information

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION IN RE:, and Petitioner/Father,, Case No.: Division: Respondent/Mother. / ORDER SETTING

More information

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT FAMILY COURT RULES FOR DOMESTIC COURT

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT FAMILY COURT RULES FOR DOMESTIC COURT TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT FAMILY COURT RULES FOR DOMESTIC COURT TABLE OF CONTENTS Rule 1: General Rules.. 1 Rule 2: Domestic Family Court Case Filings; Assignment to District Court Judges.. 3 Rule 3: Calendaring

More information

Procedures for JUDGE ELAINE A. BARBOUR FELONY DIVISION 201 A/K/A DIVISION 11-a in OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTROOM: 5A

Procedures for JUDGE ELAINE A. BARBOUR FELONY DIVISION 201 A/K/A DIVISION 11-a in OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTROOM: 5A ELAINE A. BARBOUR Circuit Judge State of Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit OF Florida COUNTIES OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE 2 COURTHOUSE SQUARE, SUITE 6460 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 34741 (407)

More information

CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION (08) DIVISION PROCEDURES (EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2017)

CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION (08) DIVISION PROCEDURES (EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2017) DAVID A. HAIMES CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA BROWARD COUNTY COURTHOUSE 201 S.E. 6TH STREET, ROOM 16125 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301 (954) 831-7755 CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION (08)

More information

RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES

RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES Updated 2/21/2019 NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER COUNTY CIRCUIT JUDGE JANET C. CROOM S RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES 1. UNIFORM MOTION

More information

Ho norable Victoria A. Valentine

Ho norable Victoria A. Valentine Ho norable Victoria A. Valentine Courtroom 2F - Second Floor - Oakland County Courthouse Telephone: 248-858-5282 GENERAL: Counsel and parties shall treat all people, be they opposing parties, opposing

More information

RULES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO

RULES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO RULES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2005 David A. Basinski, Judge Debra L. Boros, Judge Paulette J. Lilly, Judge 1 INDEX RULE PAGE NO. 1.

More information

IN THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER S-2013-008 (Supersedes Administrative Order S-2012-052) CRIMINAL JUSTICE DIVISION PROCEDURES The procedures used for

More information

LARIMER COUNTY DISTRICT COURT

LARIMER COUNTY DISTRICT COURT LARIMER COUNTY DISTRICT COURT DOMESTIC RELATIONS PROCEDURES (Effective 01-01-16) Magistrate John Jostad is in Courtroom 2B. All new domestic relations cases are assigned to him. He oversees and manages

More information

Supreme Court of Florida

Supreme Court of Florida Supreme Court of Florida No. SC04-1751 PER CURIAM. IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE. [June 2, 2005] The Florida Bar s Family Law Rules Committee has filed a petition proposing

More information