Hello march 1st 2012 me an my sons mom went to court. After the trail the judge told my sons mom attorney to prepare the order. I had told them I was talking to a attorney and trying to work the payments out. And that she wouldn't be back until mid April. Now I am having supervised visit so the courts can get reports on how I am with my son. And the place doing the visit can't process my grant to pay for the visit without the court order. Both me and the supervising agency has called them requesting it and they said they would fax a copy to them and was waiting to hear from me or my attorney I told them I would like it mailed to me and I would get it to the attorney if I hire her. It's almost 2 months and tomorrow if I don't have the order I have to repay for visit what do I do?
You can prepare the Order yourself. You can pick up the minute order, and provide that to the agency. If they will not accept the minute order, prepare the Findings and Orders After Hearing (form FL-340), submit it to the attorney, and file it with the Court.
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Hire an attorney to write the order for you.
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Did the court give a deadline for the attorney to prepare the order after hearing? You can write the attorney a letter asking for the order. You can prepare the order yourself and submit it to opposing counsel for their approval. If they don't respond within 10 days with any corrections, you can file the order after hearing with the court along with a declaration from you indicating when you sent it to opposing counsel and that they have failed to respond. In the meantime, you can go tomthe court or to the court's websitenon the internet and print out the minute order that sets forth what the judge ordered. Provide that to your supervised monitor and see if they will accept that as proof of the court's orders pending the formal order after hearing.
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