Case Type: Declaration of Paternity (Non-DOR).....04/19/2016 - CIVIL COVER SHEET, UNIFORM CHILD CUSTODY AND JURISDICTION ACT, PETITION FILED, SUMMONS ISSUED, COURT INTERPRETER DETERMINATION FORM, NOTICE OF RELATED CASE.....04/28/2016 - NOTICE OF PENDING DISMISSAL, NOTICE TO FILE PATERNITY / PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
The case specifics would be in the pleadings. It appears that there is a 'Petition to Determine Paternity' and related relief case filed.
Each document listed has a specific reason and, or, purpose. In order to provide meaningful information, a lot more information is needed. If you copied the above from the docket, and pasted it in this forum, it appears a Paternity law suit has been filed. I suggest you consult a local attorney to help sort things out and to assist you with next steps.
These are all legal documents that were filed. If this is a Broward Case, I would recommend that you go directly to the courthouse where they can provide you copies of all of the documents you have listed for a fee. However, if this was filed against you, you should be getting service on same. That means someone will appear, more than likely at your home, in order to serve you with the paperwork.
It seems as though these are items found on the court's docket. When an initial case is filed those documents must be filed with it. It appears this is a petition to determine paternity but without more I cannot answer more specifically
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