Motions and Oppositions are only filed into EXISTING CASES - these documents will not start a new case. If you do not have a case yet, visit other parts of the website that tell you how to file a case.
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For information about how to fill out and file court forms, please read Basics of Court Forms.
A “motion” is a written request that tells the judge what the person wants the judge to order and why. Either the Plaintiff or the Defendant can file a motion. A court date is set for any motion that is filed.
The other party can file a written “opposition and countermotion" if he or she disagrees with the other party’s requests.
MOTIONS/OPPOSITIONS FOR TEMPORARY ORDERS BEFORE THE FINAL ORDER
Visit How to Get a Temporary Order to learn more about the legal process.
MOTIONS/OPPOSITIONS TO CHANGE ORDERS
To Change Child Custody/Child Support (visit How to Change Custody or Child Support to learn more about the legal process):
To Relocate with Minor Children (visit How to Relocate with Children to learn more about the legal process):
MOTIONS/OPPOSITIONS TO HOLD A PERSON IN CONTEMPT:
Visit How to File for Contempt to learn more about the legal process.