We are working through custody and we agreed in person for video chats but she keeps going against it so I asked the court to have it put in writing temporarily.
Courts don't "put things in writing temporarily," courts enter orders. If you are having a hearing solely on video chat visits, you are not using the process properly. To respond to a filing in the case, you file a response.
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I presume this is part of a larger motion/proceedings for a temporary custody order. If that is the case, then you would electronically file a response explaining why the opposing party is wrong. The court won’t care whether you like the opposing party’s response or not.
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