My belief is the court is asking for some resolution to divorce preceding initially filed by my wife back in 2010. I can cut and paste the court case history if that would help? I also have the case file number.
10/23/2013 Notice-OSC failure to file Dismiss
02/03/2010 Agreement-Conciliation Crt-& Order
02/01/2010 Verification of Completion Filed by Respondent
01/27/2010 Response Filed by Respondent
01/27/2010 Declaration-Income & Expense Filed by Respondent
01/27/2010 Declaration-Uniform Custody Minor' Filed by Respondent
01/27/2010 Declaration-Property Instructions Filed by Respondent
01/05/2010 Proof of Service-Summons & Com Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 Declaration-Income & Expense Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 Request- Waive Court Fees Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 Summons-Family Law Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 OSC-Custody, Support, etc. Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 Order-Court Fee Waiver Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 Petition-Dissolution Filed by Petitioner
12/04/2009 Declaration-Uniform Custody Minor' Filed by Petitioner
No...let me take a cell phone pic and attach it here.
Thank you so much!
I do have another question. Is there a response I can file with the court on this matter or is the language directed at the person who filed?
Got it! Again, thank you and i will rate you very well. title="Smile"/>
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