Order To Appear Post Judgment-Decree
Order To Appear Post Judgment-Decree Form. This is a Arizona form and can be use in Mohave Local County.
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For Clerk’s Use Only SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MOHAVE COUNTY _________________________________________ (Name of Petitioner) AND _________________________________________ (Name of Respondent) Case Number: ORDER TO APPEAR POST JUDGMENT/DECREE READ THIS ORDER: This is an important court order that affects your rights. Read this order carefully. If you do not understand this order, contact a lawyer for help. All parties, whether represented by attorneys or not, must be present. If there is a failure to appear, the court may make such orders as are just, including granting the relief requested by the party who does appear. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE HEARING MAY RESULT IN THE COURT ISSUING A CIVIL ARREST WARRANT, OR WHERE APPLICABLE, A CHILD SUPPORT ARREST WARRANT, FOR YOUR ARREST, IF YOU ARE ARRESTED, YOU MAY BE HELD IN JAIL FOR NO MORE THAT 24 HOURS BEFORE A HEARING IS HELD. Based on documents filed and pursuant to Arizona Law, IT IS ORDERED that you appear for hearing on ____________________________________, at the hour of __________________________a.m./p.m. before the Honorable _______________________________________ at the: □ Mohave County Courthouse, 401 E Spring Street, Kingman, Arizona, □ Mohave County Courthouse, 2225 Trane Avenue, Bullhead City, Arizona, □ Mohave County Courthouse, 2001 College Drive, Lake Havasu City, Arizona TIME ALLOTTED FOR HEARING: EVIDENCE □ WILL or ___________________________________________________ □ WILL NOT be presented at the hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a true copy of this “Order to Appear – Post Judgment/Decree” and a true copy of the documents filed with the Petition shall be served by the moving party on the parties who are required to appear and a true copy of these documents shall be mailed immediately to parties who have appeared in this action, in accordance with Rules 40,41, 42 or 43, as applicable Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure. 10/15/08 Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com Case No._______________________________ IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties and counsel file and exchange all documents and disclosure as required by Rule 91, within the time specified therein. Failure to comply may result in the imposition of sanctions as set forth in Rule 91(Q). Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the office of the Judge or Commissioner five days before your scheduled court date. DATED: _____________________________ _____________________________________________ JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT 10/15/08 Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com