Rule 5.170. Matters not requiring notice to other parties

The courts may consider a party's request for order on the following issues without notice to the other parties or personal appearance at a hearing:

(1)  Applications to restore a former name after judgment;

(2)  Stipulations by the parties;

(3)  An order or judgment after a default court hearing;

(4)  An earnings assignment order based on an existing support order;

(5)  An order for service of summons by publication or posting;

(6)  An order or judgment that the other party or opposing counsel approved or agreed not to oppose; and

(7)  Application for an order waiving filing fees.

Rule 5.170 adopted effective January 1, 2013.

Title 5, Family and Juvenile Rules-Division 1, Family Rules-Chapter 8, Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time) Proceedings; adopted January 1, 2013.

Title 5, Family and Juvenile Rules-Division 1, Family Rules-Chapter 8, Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time) Proceedings-Article 1, Child Custody Mediation; adopted January 1, 2013.


Rules that reference this rule: N/A