Child visitation dispute, I have full physical and legal custody, the judge awarded supervised visits to the NCP and requested parenting classes. We both had lawyers representing us. I don't want to ask them this question if I do not have to (since they will charge me for it), so I am hoping someone can answer me here. Do I need to do anything with the minute order to make it official? I know the orders are in effect immediately, but I am worried about cops getting involved and not being able to read the judge's writing. Since I am the one who filed the motion, is it my burden to write up the orders? My attorney wants me to sign a satisfaction of agreement form so I am assuming they will not be processing the minute order. Thank you!Ok so I spoke with my attorney and they said since the judge did not check the box on the minute order stating it is necessary to prepare findings and order after hearing that we do not need to do anything at this point and the minute order will stand by itself..... does this sound accurate?
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