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Notice To Enter Order Without Hearing {FOC 54}

This is a Michigan form that can be used for General within Statewide, Domestic Relations.

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Notice to Enter Order Without Hearing Use this form if you want to get a proposed order regarding support, parenting time or custody signed without a hearing. (Form FOC 54)<<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING "NOTICE TO ENTER ORDER WITHOUT HEARING"Please print neatly. After filling in the form, you will need to make at least 5 copies.Items A through D must be completed before your notice can be filed with the court. Please read the instruction foreach item. Then fill in the correct information for that item on the form.A Before you fill in the Case No., get your copy of the motion regarding support or visitation and copy the Case No. from that paper onto this form.B Also use the motion to fill in the "Plaintiff" and "Defendant" boxes and if applicable, the "Third Party" box. Copy the names from the motion onto this form. For example, if your name is in the box that says "plaintiff", then you should write your name in the "plaintiff" box on this response form. You are the "moving party". Once you have written both names where they belong, you must check the box "moving party" in the same box as your name.C Fill in the date the hearing was held on your motion.D Write in todays date and sign your name. Now follow the instructions on page 3 of this booklet. Read page 3 of this booklet for details on mailing this form to the other party.E On the date you mail 1 copy (and the separate sheets) to the other party, write in the date and sign your name on the remaining 3 copies. Return to the county clerk with 2 copies. Read page 3 of this booklet for details. You must read this booklet for directions on the legal process.PAGE 6 <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 3 Original - Court 3rd copy - Friend of the Court 1st copy - Other Party 4th copy - Proof of Service Approved, SCAO 2nd copy - Moving Party 5th copy - Proof of Service STATE OF MICHIGAN A CASE NO. NOTICE TO ENTER ORDER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WITHOUT HEARING COUNTY Court address Court telephone no.BPlaintiffs name moving party Defendants name moving party v Third partys name moving party C 1. On Date a hearing was held on a motion regarding Type of order and a decision was made. 2. The attached proposed order states what the judge or referee said at the hearing. 3. This is your notice that the proposed order will be given to the judge to sign. If you dont think that the order accurately states what was ordered in court, you must file your written objections with the court within 7 days of the date this notice was mailed. A form to use for filing objections is available at the friend of the court office. Contact the friend of the court and ask for form FOC 78. 4. If you do not file written objections to the proposed order within 7 days of the date of this notice, the judge may sign the proposed order without a hearing. If the judge decides that a hearing is needed, you will be notified of the hearing date. 5. If you file written objections to the proposed order, a hearing will be scheduled. You will be notified of the hearing date. 6. Parties may be represented by their attorneys in this matter. D Date Signature of moving party CERTIFICATE OF MAILING I certify that on this date I mailed a copy of this notice proposed order on the other party(ies) by ordinary mail at the above address(es). E Date Signature of moving party FOC 54 (12/96) NOTICE TO ENTER ORDER WITHOUT HEARING MCR 2.602(B)<<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 4 NOTICE TO ENTER ORDER WITHOUT HEARING CHECKLIST Use the following checklist to make sure you have done all the steps that are needed. DID YOU . . . 1. Fill out all requested information on the form? YES 2. Prepare the "proposed order"? YES 3. Make all necessary copies? YES 4. File the notice form and "proposed order" with the clerks office? 5. Mail (serve) a copy of the notice and proposed order on the other party and on any other custodian/guardian? YES 6. Return to the clerks office after you mailed the notice and "proposed order" to the other party and completed the certificate of mailing? YES 7. Keep one copy of the notice form and "proposed order" for yourself? YES 8. Give 2 copies of the completed form to the clerk of the court? YESSee page 4 for more instructions. If the proposed order was signed by the judge, DID YOU . . . 1. Pick up the signed order? YES 2. Make all necessary copies? YES 3. Return to the clerks office with all copies of the signed order? YES 4. Mail (serve) a copy of the signed order on the other party and on any other custodian/guardian? YES 5. Return to the clerks office after you mailed the signed order to the other party and completed the certificate of mailing? YES 6. Keep one copy of the signed order for yourself? YES 7. Give 2 copies of the completed form to the clerk of the court? YESIf you cannot answer "yes" to all of the above steps, your order may not be signed by the judge or you may not have a valid order. If you have any questions about any steps in the process, refer to pages 3 through 5 for details. <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING FORM FOC 54 ENTERING AN ORDER WITHOUT HEARING PREPARING AND FILING A NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER 1. Fill out the Notice to Enter Order Without Hearing form. Use the instructions on the form. Be careful not to make mistakes. Make at least 5 copies of this Notice to Enter form after you have filled it out. 2. Prepare the "proposed" order. Make 4 copies of the completed order form FOC 52, 67, or 89 and write "Proposed Order" on the top of all 4 of these copies. Attach 1 copy each of the proposed order to 4 of the copies of the "notice". 3. File the Notice to Enter Order Without Hearing form with the county clerk. Take the original and all 5 copies of this form (FOC 54) with the attached copies of the proposed order to the county clerk in the county where your case is located. The county clerk will write the name of the judge assigned to your case on your form. The clerk will keep the original and 1 copy of the notice and the proposed order for the court file and the friend of the court. Then the clerk will return 4 copies and any remaining attachments to you. Do not lose them. What you should have when you leave the clerks office: 1 Copy of FOC 54 (with copy of proposed order) - for the other party 1 Copy of FOC 54 (with copy of proposed order) - for you 1 Copy of FOC 54 - for proof of service to the court 1 Copy of FOC 54 - for proof of service to the friend of the court SERVING THE NOTICE ON THE OTHER PARTY OR PART

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