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Old 05-14-2019, 09:53 AM
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Track your time spent on everything and keep receipts for photocopy fees/ink/fax transmissions etc. But put them all aside in a folder. Costs will not be discussed at your first appearance, nor will they be at the case conference. If they agree to settle, you will not get costs (and they would be stupid not to settle from the sounds of it) however it is still a good idea to keep track of everything if they do decide to drag it out
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Old 05-14-2019, 09:57 AM
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And yes, you will need to file a confirmation of attendance at the court house for all conferences/motions. You must file it by 2pm three days prior to your scheduled appearance. If you are self repping do not forget this as it can be a pain in the butt over one little piece of paper.
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