NOTIFY COURT OF AGREEMENT, SETTLEMENT OR STIPULATED CONTINUANCE BEFORE HEARING

 

Online Form Disclaimer: The link below allows you to advise the court that you and the other party in a family law matter have reached a full agreement, settlement or stipulated continuance and do not intend to further argue the matter at your upcoming hearing. You may also use this form when you have a telephonic appearance and you would like the court to call your matter before contested matters because you have a full agreement, settlement, or stipulated continuance. By completing this process, the court will not read the pleadings before your upcoming hearing.

This form only applies to matters set in Department 41 and Department 1. It also applies to Trial Assignment (TA) matters set in Department 32 when the parties have reached an agreement as to trial or evidentiary hearing dates that are posted on the home page of the Court's website. It also apples to concurrently set Mandatory Settlement Conference and Trial Confirming Conference (MSC/TCC) dates when all parties have reached an agreement to continue their trial or evidentiary hearing date AND have also agreed to trial or evidentiary dates that are posted on the home page of the Court's website.

This form may not be used if there is not a full agreement. This form does not apply to DCSS child support matters set in Department 40.

This process is a courtesy notification to the court and does not drop the hearing. Your appearance at the hearing is still required.

This form should only be used if your hearing is less than two days away. If your hearing is more than two days away, you must follow the Continuance/Drop Procedure found here.

If you are using this form to notify the court of a full agreement, settlement or stipulated continuance, you should complete the form before 7:30 a.m. the day of your hearing.

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