This is a legal form that was released by the State of Maine Judicial Branch - a government authority operating within Maine. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form FM-214?
A: Form FM-214 is an Expedited Motion to Enforce Visitation for Military Members in the state of Maine.
Q: Who can use Form FM-214?
A: Form FM-214 can be used by military members who need to enforce their visitation rights.
Q: What is the purpose of Form FM-214?
A: The purpose of Form FM-214 is to request the court to enforce visitation rights for military members.
Q: Is Form FM-214 specific to the state of Maine?
A: Yes, Form FM-214 is specific to the state of Maine.
Q: Is there a fee for filing Form FM-214?
A: There may be a filing fee associated with Form FM-214. You should check with the court for the current fee.
Q: Can I file Form FM-214 on my own?
A: Yes, you can file Form FM-214 on your own without the help of an attorney.
Q: What should I do after filing Form FM-214?
A: After filing Form FM-214, you should serve a copy of the motion on the other party and attend the court hearing.
Q: What happens if the court grants my motion?
A: If the court grants your motion, it may enforce visitation rights and impose penalties on the non-compliant party.
Q: What if the other party does not comply with the court's order?
A: If the other party does not comply with the court's order, you may need to seek further legal action to enforce the visitation rights.
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