Filing Motion For Hearing
by Rick from Orange City, Florida, Volusia County
What form(s) do I need to file to have my case reheard? I was granted a 90 day continuance at my last child support hearing so that could obtain a particular document. I now have the document.
Basically, what do I do now so that I can go back before the judge? Before the 90 days has expired.
Answer to Florida Court Forms Question
It sounds to me like you need to file a motion for hearing.
I can't tell what exactly took place at your last hearing, and so I can't tell whether your case needs to be re-heard.
But, if you are working within a 90 day continuance period set by the judge, you should be fine to simply file a Motion For Hearing
You might want to make reference to the fact that you are presenting documents which the judge has requested.Notice:
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