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Automatic Domestic Standing Order - Georgia

Automatic Domestic Standing Order Form. This is a Georgia form and can be used in Family Division Superior Court Fulton Local County .
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FILEDBN'~ ........ ~. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF FULTON COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA FAMILY DNISION APR - i ,014 OE;PUTY CLERK SUPERIOR COUR FULTON COUNTY GA T Petitioner and Civil Action File No. _ Respondent AUTOMATIC DOMESTIC STANDING ORDER 1. This order concerns all cases which are filed in the Family Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County and remains in effect as long as the case is pending. Where this order requires or prohibits a party from doing a thing, it means that a party shall not do the thing, instruct, encourage or cause others to do the thing, act together with others in doing the thing or ask another to do the thing on the party's behalf. 2. Each party is hereby required to complete the Domestic Intake Worksheet, and bring to the 30day status conference .... .J. Each party to a case involving a question of custody of minor children (not contempt or modification) is hereby enjoined and restrained from causing or permitting the minor child(ren) of the parties to be removed from Fulton County. 4. Each party is hereby enjoined and restrained from doing, or attempting to do, or threatening to do, any act injuring, maltreating, vilifying, molesting, or harassing the adverse patiy or the child(ren) of the parties. 5. Each party to a divorce or separate maintenance action is hereby enjoined and restrained from selling, encumbering, trading, contracting to sell, or otherwise disposing or removing from Fulton County, any of the property belonging to the parties except in the ordinary course of business. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 6. Each party to a divorce, custody, separate maintenance or modification of support action is hereby enjoined and restrained from altering, suspending or terminating any active insurance coverage. 7. Each party to a case involving a question of custody or visitation of minor children (not contempt or uncontested modification actions) is required to attend the "Families in Transition" Seminar. Failure to complete the seminar in a timely manner may subject the party to contempt or other sanctions. 8. When a civil action is assigned to the Family Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County with an Acknowledgment of Service, the Docket Clerk will attach a copy of this Order to the original Petition, give or mail a copy of this Order to the attorney or person filing the Petition and provide a second copy to the attorney or person filing the Petition with instructions to serve the Respondent with the copy. 9. All attorneys entering an appearance in the Family Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County shall attend at least one seminar which has been authorized by this Court as a sufficient informational seminar or shall view at least one authorized reproduction of the same or shall read the entire materials from such a seminar. 10. All parties and attorneys entering an appearance in the Family Division of the Superior Court shall abide by the rules of the Family Division as promulgated by this Court. A copy of all such rules shall be made available by the Clerk upon request. 11. This Order shall apply to all domestic civil actions (as defmed by O.C.G.A. ┬žI9-1-1) which are assigned to the Family Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County and shall be the Standing Order until further order of this Court, 12. Failure to follow a Court order, unless substantially justified, may result in sanctions or penalties as provided by statute, rule or authority of the Court, including a finding of contempt by the COUli; taxation of costs or attorneys' fee; and/or the imposition of monetary or other sanctions. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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