Form JD-FM-163 "Case Management Agreement/Order" - Connecticut

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ADA Notice
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
CASE MANAGEMENT
Court Use Only
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut
SUPERIOR COURT
AGREEMENT/ORDER
CMA
complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-FM-163 Rev. 10-18
(ADA). If you need a reasonable accommodation in
*CMA*
C.G.S. § 46b-56; P.B. § 25-50
accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an
ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
You may not need to wait until the case management date to get divorced or legally separated.
If you and your spouse agree on all issues, or if your spouse has not filed an appearance, you may qualify to be divorced or legally separated sooner if
you file certain documents. To see if you qualify, review Section 2 of the pamphlet Your Way to a Simplified Divorce, form number JDP-FM-265, which
is available online at https://www.jud.ct.gov/Publications/FM265.pdf, or at Judicial District Clerks' Offices and Court Service Centers statewide.
Instructions
1.You must file this agreement with the court on or before the case
3. If the parties need a scheduling conference with the court, they should come to the
management date shown below or come to court on the case
court with their attorneys, if they have attorneys, on the case management date.
management date. If you do not do one or the other, your case
4. If the plaintiff, defendant or any child in this case has received financial support or
may be dismissed.
HUSKY health insurance from the State of Connecticut you must send a copy of
2. If there are parenting disputes, the parties and their attorneys
the Summons, Complaint, Notice of Automatic Court Orders and any other
must come to court on the case management date. If the dispute
documents filed to the Assistant Attorney General, 55 Elm Street, Hartford, CT
is about custody, they must also come to court with their
06106, and file the Certification of Notice (JD-FM-175) with the court clerk.
proposed parental responsibility plans (form JD-FM-199).
Name of case
Docket number
Judicial District of
Case Management date and time (Check local schedule on form JD-FM-165)
Section 1 — Type and Status of Case
Type of Case: (Check all that apply)
Status of Case: (Check all that apply)
Defendant has not filed an Appearance — Complete Section 2
Divorce
Annulment
(Dissolution of Marriage)
Uncontested (There is agreement on all issues.) — Complete
Section 2
Post-Judgment Motion
Visitation
Financial Disputes (including property) — Complete Section 3 and,
if there are children but no parenting disputes, submit a signed
Legal Separation
Other
Custody/Visitation Agreement (form JD-FM-183) with this form
Parenting Disputes (including custody or visitation, also called
Custody
parenting time or access) — Complete Section 3 and attorneys and
parties must come to court on case management date
Section 2 — Agreement on All Issues (the case is uncontested) or Defendant Has Not Appeared
If there is agreement on all issues (the case is uncontested), or if the Defendant has not filed an Appearance, write in a date and time for
an uncontested hearing after checking with the family caseflow office or clerk's office for the schedule.
Day of the week
Date
Time (A.M./P.M.)
.M.
Section 3 — Parenting/Financial Disputes
If any parenting or financial issues are disputed, the parties agree to the following schedule. (If the parties do not agree to a schedule in
Section 3, or if parenting issues are in dispute, the parties and their attorneys must come to court on the case management date.)
Financial affidavits exchanged by (Date)
Written questions and requests for documents by (Date)
Written responses and documents provided by (Date)
Appraisals of real property completed by (Date)
Appraisals of other assets (Businesses, pensions, etc.) completed by (Date)
Depositions completed by (Date)
Expert disclosure by Plaintiff by (Date)
Expert disclosure by Defendant and Attorney for minor child by (Date)
Other
Section 4 — Pretrial Settlement —
To help settle outstanding issues the parties agree to and/or have scheduled the
pretrial settlement event as follows: (Check all that apply)
Private Mediation
Court provided pretrial
We agree to a pretrial date on or
on (Date)
and report back on (Date)
on (Date)
about (Date)
Section 5 — Signatures —
This form must be signed by the parties and the attorneys for the parties.
Telephone number
Telephone number
Plaintiff's signature
Defendant's signature
Telephone number
Telephone number
Signature of Plaintiff's Attorney
Signature of Defendant's Attorney
Signature of Attorney for the Child(ren)
Telephone number
Assistant Attorney General's signature
Telephone number
Signature of Guardian ad Litem
Telephone number
Order
Date
The above Case Management Agreement is
Signature of Judge / Assistant Clerk
Modified/Approved and Ordered by the Court:
Print Form
Reset Form
ADA Notice
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
CASE MANAGEMENT
Court Use Only
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut
SUPERIOR COURT
AGREEMENT/ORDER
CMA
complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-FM-163 Rev. 10-18
(ADA). If you need a reasonable accommodation in
*CMA*
C.G.S. § 46b-56; P.B. § 25-50
accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an
ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
You may not need to wait until the case management date to get divorced or legally separated.
If you and your spouse agree on all issues, or if your spouse has not filed an appearance, you may qualify to be divorced or legally separated sooner if
you file certain documents. To see if you qualify, review Section 2 of the pamphlet Your Way to a Simplified Divorce, form number JDP-FM-265, which
is available online at https://www.jud.ct.gov/Publications/FM265.pdf, or at Judicial District Clerks' Offices and Court Service Centers statewide.
Instructions
1.You must file this agreement with the court on or before the case
3. If the parties need a scheduling conference with the court, they should come to the
management date shown below or come to court on the case
court with their attorneys, if they have attorneys, on the case management date.
management date. If you do not do one or the other, your case
4. If the plaintiff, defendant or any child in this case has received financial support or
may be dismissed.
HUSKY health insurance from the State of Connecticut you must send a copy of
2. If there are parenting disputes, the parties and their attorneys
the Summons, Complaint, Notice of Automatic Court Orders and any other
must come to court on the case management date. If the dispute
documents filed to the Assistant Attorney General, 55 Elm Street, Hartford, CT
is about custody, they must also come to court with their
06106, and file the Certification of Notice (JD-FM-175) with the court clerk.
proposed parental responsibility plans (form JD-FM-199).
Name of case
Docket number
Judicial District of
Case Management date and time (Check local schedule on form JD-FM-165)
Section 1 — Type and Status of Case
Type of Case: (Check all that apply)
Status of Case: (Check all that apply)
Defendant has not filed an Appearance — Complete Section 2
Divorce
Annulment
(Dissolution of Marriage)
Uncontested (There is agreement on all issues.) — Complete
Section 2
Post-Judgment Motion
Visitation
Financial Disputes (including property) — Complete Section 3 and,
if there are children but no parenting disputes, submit a signed
Legal Separation
Other
Custody/Visitation Agreement (form JD-FM-183) with this form
Parenting Disputes (including custody or visitation, also called
Custody
parenting time or access) — Complete Section 3 and attorneys and
parties must come to court on case management date
Section 2 — Agreement on All Issues (the case is uncontested) or Defendant Has Not Appeared
If there is agreement on all issues (the case is uncontested), or if the Defendant has not filed an Appearance, write in a date and time for
an uncontested hearing after checking with the family caseflow office or clerk's office for the schedule.
Day of the week
Date
Time (A.M./P.M.)
.M.
Section 3 — Parenting/Financial Disputes
If any parenting or financial issues are disputed, the parties agree to the following schedule. (If the parties do not agree to a schedule in
Section 3, or if parenting issues are in dispute, the parties and their attorneys must come to court on the case management date.)
Financial affidavits exchanged by (Date)
Written questions and requests for documents by (Date)
Written responses and documents provided by (Date)
Appraisals of real property completed by (Date)
Appraisals of other assets (Businesses, pensions, etc.) completed by (Date)
Depositions completed by (Date)
Expert disclosure by Plaintiff by (Date)
Expert disclosure by Defendant and Attorney for minor child by (Date)
Other
Section 4 — Pretrial Settlement —
To help settle outstanding issues the parties agree to and/or have scheduled the
pretrial settlement event as follows: (Check all that apply)
Private Mediation
Court provided pretrial
We agree to a pretrial date on or
on (Date)
and report back on (Date)
on (Date)
about (Date)
Section 5 — Signatures —
This form must be signed by the parties and the attorneys for the parties.
Telephone number
Telephone number
Plaintiff's signature
Defendant's signature
Telephone number
Telephone number
Signature of Plaintiff's Attorney
Signature of Defendant's Attorney
Signature of Attorney for the Child(ren)
Telephone number
Assistant Attorney General's signature
Telephone number
Signature of Guardian ad Litem
Telephone number
Order
Date
The above Case Management Agreement is
Signature of Judge / Assistant Clerk
Modified/Approved and Ordered by the Court:
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