Area of Law:
Forms for Dissolution (Divorce) and Dissolution of Registered Domestic Partnership for Petitioners with Children
Notice of Proposed Judgment or Order (UTCR 5.100)
To be sent to all other parties before submitting proposed Judgment or Order to the court for signature. Send the Judgment or Order to the other party with this Notice at least 7 days before submitting it to the court. This does not apply to judgments submitted with a Motion for Order of Default or after an Order of Default has been granted.
If the respondent DID file a response, the information should be the exactly the same as what was decided in mediation, arbitration, hearing, trial, or through your agreement. All parties must review the Judgment before you submit it to the court. You must send the Judgment document along with the Notice of Proposed Judgment or Order to the respondent and any adult children who have not filed a Waiver of Further Appearance in the case.