I was looking online at my court case summary. According to docket code I found out there was a "notice of status conference" for my case. The docket description says "Notice Of Status Conference Pps/status Conference". What is this and does it mean there was a conference already held? The next description was a "renote" for our hearing and it was scheduled for the day I was asking for. This is a little confusing because I've never seen this come up in my case before. I know that our hearing earlier in the month got stricken and was going to be rescheduled. My ex had a problem with the date that it was to be scheduled for. Is it possible that is what this could be about?
Real Estate Attorney
A status conference is when the parties on each side appear in court (or sometimes by telephone) to discuss the status of the case. Frequently, the status conference is when motion deadlines, hearing dates, pretrial conferences, trial and other important dates are set.
From reading your description, it sounds like the status conference has been rescheduled to a later date. However, I would strongly advise you to call the clerk of courts. The clerk's office is normally extremely helpful and will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your docket. The last thing you to do is miss a scheduled court date.