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Stipulation Or Certification And Order Excusing Attorney(s) From Attendance At The E.I.C. - Michigan

Stipulation Or Certification And Order Excusing Attorney(s) From Attendance At The E.I.C. Form. This is a Michigan form and can be used in Family Division Oakland Local County .
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STATE OF MICHIGAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF OAKLAND PLAINTIFF, -vsCASE NO: DEFENDANT. ______________________________________/ STIPULATION/CERTIFICATION AND ORDER EXCUSING ATTORNEY(S) FROM ATTENDANCE AT THE EARLY INTERVENTION CONFERENCE (E.I.C.) Stipulation: The undersigned attorneys for Plaintiff and Defendant stipulate that there are no contested issues pertaining to child custody, parenting time, child support, spousal support, property settlement, or domestic violence. Certification: The undersigned attorney certifies that the defendant has been properly served, and has failed to respond. A proof of service and default has been filed. WHEREFORE, it is requested that the undersigned attorney(s) be excused from attending the E.I.C. conference scheduled for _____________________. ________________________________ Plaintiff's Attorney ___________________________________ Defendant's Attorney At a session of said court held on: _________________ PRESENT: HONORABLE _________________________ Upon reading and filing of the foregoing stipulation/certification, and the court being advised, IT IS ORDERED that the above signed attorney(s) is/are excused from attending the E.I.C. scheduled for _______________________________. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Plaintiff and Defendant must attend the E.I.C. scheduled for _________________________. ___________________________________ JUDGE American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com
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