I'd like to get rulings and arguments and just about any information for Judge Roy L. Moore and the 245th family court that I might better prepare for divorce proceedings
Anyone can go sit in the gallery and observe.
If your case is contested, hire a lawyer who is already familiar with and to the judge.
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I have a few cases in front of Judge Moore right now. If it is an uncontested divorce, then you simply should find out from the clerk when you can prove up your divorce without setting a hearing. There are standard questions and answers to prove up a divorce, so you may want to observe court if you are unfamiliar. Sometimes Judge Moore will assign his associate judge to take on the uncontested docket, and Judge Cooper will walk you through the questions on the day of prove-up.
As usual, this answer does not constitute official legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship between the poster and me.
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