I filed a conciliation and my husband filed an inactive status. Just wondering what the difference is.
There are two inactive entries from the Court. Family Court Administration issues the first entry and notifies the parties that because neither party has taken action(s) to advance the case the Court will dismiss the petition outright on a certain date. The second entry typically comes from a judge or agreement by the parties. That entry is placing the matter on the inactive calendar. When a case is placed on the inactive calendar that means there will be no further action by the court unless either party sets a motion to set trial or submits an agreement by a certain date. If neither document is filed by that certain date, the Court will dismiss the action.
DISCLAIMER: Jack L. O'Connor III is a family/divorce attorney licensed in the State of Arizona. This answer is general information only. The information presented should not be construed as formal legal advice, nor as the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.
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