You’ve been served and the deadline to respond is approaching. Can you request the Court for more time to submit a response? Yes! Find out how:
A Case Management Conference (CMC), sometimes referred to as a Status Hearing, is a hearing where the judge, the attorneys, and the parties meet to discuss the pending issues in the case. CMCs can also be used as a tool to help move your case along. Check out our latest blog post for more information!
It’s improper to communicate with the Judge outside Court. So, how can you request a decision on an issue before the case is over?
A motion is a written request to the court to obtain an order on a specific issue. Find out what the most common types of Motions are:
Unlike general legal actions, summary procedure provides certain plaintiffs to an action an expedited consideration of disputes. The timeframe for responding to an action is 5 days after service, as opposed to the standard 20 days for general actions.