What are you amending in the paperwork? And has the original hearing been held?
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What did you amend in the paperwork
and has the other party already been served?
I filed an OTC for contempt and we had one court date. jan 10. judge appointed other party counsel and rescheduled it for 1-31. my original contempt motion had no backup data to the items. I just wrote count 1. party breached order for action A. count 2. same. and so on. I wanted to create an ammended contempt motion to include the backup data ie: emails that show
I did not amend any item yet. other party was served on original contempt motion
I was going to amend fl-410
If there already was a court date and the other party has counsel, then you would need to serve it by mail on the other party's counsel
ok. thanks. is it best to add exhibits such as emails in a contempt filing or can the backup email data be presented during court?
Best to add it in the motion as exhibits :)
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