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Old 07-23-2011, 02:54 PM
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Had a settlement conference yesterday.
Judge ordered it be continued at a later date (after trial for criminal charge ex and her husband have levied on me).

so blah blah blah all is good, and going just the way I thought with respect to waiting for an acquittal before continuing with family court.

However, the judge indicated that a brief would not be required from either party at the next s/c - but rather a brief statement as to any changes that have occured (ie - the result from criminal trial).

Just wondering if someone could give me an idea what he means by a "brief statement' concerning any changes. Did he just mean come next s/c to verbally tell him the outcome of the criminal trial (plus any other changes, I imagine?)
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I imagine he means a short summary, written down, to describe what has changed, including the outcome of the trial.
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Summary of changes to financial status, living arrangements, criminal and personal matters and settlement proposal. Anything materially affecting the case.
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And this would be accomplished in the form of an affdavit? Or maybe just stapled to blank 17C Form?
The typical rules would still apply?
Serving and then filing with the court?
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