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The paperwork I have for the Motion doesnt have a spot for

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The paperwork I have for the Motion doesn't have a spot for a court date (show cause hearing) - its just a generic Motion form. However, I do have a blank form from before that is the Order to Show Cause and Temporary Order Adopting Interim Parenting Plan......it is the Motion page then a separate one for Show Cause.....where can I get something different?
Hello and thank you for requesting me.

No, you can have the same notice for that one filing. Parties in your situation may simply wish to modify what you have to reflect that the notice is for the "motion for temporary order for interim parenting plan and to order to show cause."

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

For the order is it ok for it to be "order to show cause for temporary order adopting interim parenting plan"? Then after the hearing the Judge decides whether to grant the Interim Parenting Plan I have submitted?

Jeanine,

Yes, that is how it works.

You provide the Court with a proposed order (which is your "order to show cause for temporary order adopting interim parenting plan"), which the Court will sign if it agrees with your motion.

If it does not agree with your motion, then it will not sign the order, or, will modify it (or ask you to submit an order) to reflect what what the Court has decided.

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