Now that you have filed a Notice of Intention to Proceed, you can take a step. The first is to have a Case Conference with a judge to discuss the issues and how to proceed. This step is generally necessary before any applications to court can be made. Generally, then trial dates can be set and there is a Trial Management Conference set to discuss whether both sides are ready. Then, there is a trial.
So, I suggest you now put the matter down for a case conference by contacting the Supreme Court trial scheduling person where the action is. This site has the contacts and a lot of other good info...
You need to read the Rules and here they are..
Necessary forms and other info is here...
Court staff cannot give legal advice but are very good with forms.
You should consult your own lawyer. Here is a link to the lawyer referral service. Call and ask for family law lawyers and you will be given the names of a few in your area who have agreed to consult for $25 and you may consult with one or all.
The case conference will be before a judge but it is informal and you may request directions about documents and procedural matters. The aim is to get matters moving and reducing court time and clarifying issues with the hope of a settlement.
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