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Notice Of Case Management Conference (Summary Dissolution) {FL-010}

This is a California form that can be used for Family Law within Local County, Stanislaus.

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ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE) FOR COURT USE ONLY Attorney for: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STANISLAUS Street Address: 800 11th Street, Modesto, CA 95354 Civil Clerk' Office: 1100 I Street, P.O. Box 1098, Modesto, CA 95353 Petitioner: Respondent: RELATED CASE NOS: ____________________ NOTICE OF FAMILY LAW CASE MANAGEMENT CASE NO:________________ CONFERENCE (SUMMARY DISSOLUTION) TO BOTH PARTIES: YOU MUST APPEAR AT THE FOLLOWING HEARING AS SCHEDULED BELOW. THIS HEARING IS NOT THE TRIAL! Date: This case is assigned to Judge Time: AM/PM Dept#: , Dept for all purposes. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BOTH PARTIES: 1. When six (6) months have passed since the filing of the joint petition for summary dissolution, either party may file with the court an application for entry of judgment dissolving the marriage (form FL-820). At any time before an application for entry of judgment, either party may revoke the petition for joint dissolution. Revoking the petition terminates the summary judgment proceeding. To revoke the petition a party must a) File a Notice of Revocation of Joint Petition for Summary Dissolution (form FL- 830), and b) Send a copy of the Notice of Revocation to the other party by first-class mail, postage prepaid, at the other party's last known address. 3. Both parties shall appear at the Case Management Conference. Before the date of the conference, the Court expects one of the parties to either file an application for entry of judgment or notice of revocation of the petition. The hearing will be dropped if either the judgment for summary dissolution is signed by the Court or a notice of revocation of the petition is filed. The Court may impose monetary sanctions if a party fails to appear at the Case Management Conference. If neither party appears at the conference and neither party has filed an application for judgment or notice of revocation of the joint petition, the Court may dismiss the action. Clerk, by NOTICE OF CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE (SUMMARY DISSOLUTION) FL-010 American LegalNet, Inc. 2. 4. Date: ,Deputy New 7/1/06 IMPORTANT CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE INFORMATION, RULES, & REQUIREMENTS . Counsel and self-represented parties are obligated to review and comply with Local Rules regarding Family Law proceedings at the following website: . If you do not file the Case Management Conference Statement required by local rule, or attend the case management conference or participate effectively in the conference, the Court may impose sanctions (including dismissal of the case, striking of the petition/response, and/or requiring payment of money). A. Subjects to be considered at the case management conference. At the case management conference, the parties must address, if applicable, and the court may take appropriate action with respect to the following: · Whether there are any related cases; · Whether any additional parties may be joined in the proceeding; · Whether there are any other matters (e.g. out of state custody orders) that may affect the court's jurisdiction or processing the case; · Whether the parties have agreements on issues such as child custody, child support, spousal support, or division of property; · Whether discovery has been completed and, if not, by when it will be completed; · Whether certain issues (e.g. marital status, date of separation, or date of valuation) should be bifurcated; · Whether the case is entitled to any statutory preference, and if so, the statute granting the preference; · If the trial date has not been previously set, the date by which the case will be ready for trial and the available trial dates; · The estimated length of trial; · The nature of the disputed issues; and other matters that should be considered by the court or addressed in its case management order. B. Meet and confer requirement. Unless the court orders another time period, no later than thirty (30) days before the initial case management conference, the parties must meet and confer, unless there exists a current restraining order prohibiting personal contact with the other party and both parties are self-represented, in person or by telephone, to consider each of the issues identified in subdivision A, and, in addition, to consider the following: · Identifying and, if possible, informally resolving any anticipated motions; · Identifying the facts and issues in the case that are uncontested and may be stipulated to; · Identifying the facts and issues in the case that are in dispute; · Determining whether the issues in the case can be narrowed by eliminating any claims or defenses by means of a motion or otherwise; · Possible settlement; and other relevant matters. D. Case management order. The court will issue a case management order in each case. The order will set a schedule for subsequent proceedings and otherwise provide for the management of the case. E. Order to Show Cause. The court may issue an Order to Show Cause to any party violating any provision of this rule. Responsive papers to the Order to Show Cause may be filed and served no later than five (5) court days before the hearing. The court may issue monetary sanctions up to $300 and/or dismiss the petition and/or strike the response. Sanctions that typically will be imposed at the Order to Show Cause Hearing. · Failure to meet and confer $50 to $250 The following sanctions will apply without issuing an Order to Show Cause: · Failure to appear at Case Management Conference $300 Page 2 American LegalNet, Inc.

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