Notice it for trial immediately. Get it on the trial docket and things will have to start moving along. Good luck.
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando)
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Reatian an attorney who can file a Motion to set Trial. Good luck
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If a supplemental petition for modification of child support was filed by either one of you and you have already gone to mediation without any resolution, and any and all financial discovery has already been complied with, you need to file a notice that action is at issue and ready for trial. Once filed, if done properly, the court will begin to set your case on the docket. Right now it is just pending and will not get set automatically.
I am not sure if you were the one that filed or if he did, but I would recommend you consult with a local and experienced family law attorney and possibly obtain representation to assist you the rest of the way. Many great attorneys can be found here on Avvo just by doing a local search to Orlando and will offer free consultations, myself included. That is at least a starting point.
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