Each county does it differently. If I were you, I would go into ex parte wiht the final Parenting plan na dorder on modification as well as a copy the affidavit of sevice and ask the Commisssioner to sign the final PP and modification orders.. The Commissioner may or may not want you first to note up a motion and give the opther party notice
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You should file proof of service as required by statute. Draft the order and parenting plan, and make a copy for your file. If you have a Pierce County order, you can take your orders to the ex parte courtroom on the first floor of the courthouse, and wait your turn. If the commissioner has any issues, he or she will give you direction on what you still need to do. If everything is correct, the orders should be signed right then.
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