First of all, there is no requirement that you file a written response at all. Your husband will have to call his motion up for hearing (or the Court could call it up) but you will be notified. The benefit of filing a written response is that, in the event that the judge actually reviews it before the hearing, you will have an opportunity to persuade the judge as to your position. Furthermore, drafting a response will help you better present your points at the hearing itself. Think of it as an outline of your responses to his allegations. Notwithstanding, the real issue is the hearing itself. And although what you might present in written form might be persuasive, it is not evidence!. In order to present evidence you will likely need to have witnesses ready to testify at the hearing regarding the points that you are trying to establish in your response. Furthermore, the witnesses can typically only testify as to things that they have personal knowledge about. So they can't testify about things that they've "heard." They have to testify about things that they have seen or been part of! In certain cases, documents can be admissible as evidence but that requires knowledge of the rules of evidence. You would be well-advised to have a family law attorney assist you at the hearing.
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Firstly, depending on what the "emergency" is, it may be heard quickly by the Courts. Since this is a motion and not a Petition or a Complaint you do not have to file a response specifically admitting or denying each paragraph. However, you should have prepared, whether you write a formal response or respond at the hearing your arguments against whatever you disagree with. Given this is a divorce you should at least consult with an attorney in regards to how to approach your husbands allegations.
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