1. Learn how to prepare a continuing record

The continuing record usually has 2 parts:

  • The endorsement volume has all the endorsements and court orders the judge made in your case. An is the written directions a judge gives you and your partner that says what you must do or not do.
  • The documents volume has most of the documents you and your partner in your case. For example, your Applications, Answers, Replies, affidavits of service, financial statements, motions, affidavits, and briefs. It does not include briefs or briefs.

It is not necessary to start a separate endorsement volume in the following types of cases:

  • Joint applications for
  • Uncontested divorces where the only claim is for a divorce and the does not file an answer
  • A consent motion for a final order

The continuing records for these cases must have a separate section for endorsements and one blank sheet of paper for the judge to write their decision and the date.

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