Form NHJB-2882-F "Pre-trial Statement" - New Hampshire

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  • Released on August 29, 2014;
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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
JUDICIAL BRANCH
http://www.courts.state.nh.us
Court Name:
Case Name:
Case Number:
(if known)
PRE-TRIAL STATEMENT
A. A pretrial conference will generally be held prior to the final hearing to identify contested
issues, identify witnesses, mark exhibits, exchange documents, and complete any other matters the
Court deems appropriate, including setting further conference and/or hearing dates. At the pretrial
conference, the parties shall file and exchange pretrial statements, current financial affidavits, and
proposed decrees; and if there are minor children, child support worksheets, uniform support orders,
and agreed upon and proposed parenting plans. Following the pretrial conference, the court shall not
accept modifications to documents presented at the pretrial conference unless the modified
documents have been exchanged within a reasonable time before final hearing. This rule shall be
strictly enforced.
B. In divorce actions, legal separation actions, and parenting cases to the extent applicable,
pretrial statements must include:
1. A list of disputed issues:
2. Special circumstances under child support guidelines:
3. Factors justifying sole decision-making responsibility:
4. Factors justifying unequal property division:
5. Circumstances justifying alimony:
6. Unresolved discovery issues:
7. Valuation(s) agreement status/values:
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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
JUDICIAL BRANCH
http://www.courts.state.nh.us
Court Name:
Case Name:
Case Number:
(if known)
PRE-TRIAL STATEMENT
A. A pretrial conference will generally be held prior to the final hearing to identify contested
issues, identify witnesses, mark exhibits, exchange documents, and complete any other matters the
Court deems appropriate, including setting further conference and/or hearing dates. At the pretrial
conference, the parties shall file and exchange pretrial statements, current financial affidavits, and
proposed decrees; and if there are minor children, child support worksheets, uniform support orders,
and agreed upon and proposed parenting plans. Following the pretrial conference, the court shall not
accept modifications to documents presented at the pretrial conference unless the modified
documents have been exchanged within a reasonable time before final hearing. This rule shall be
strictly enforced.
B. In divorce actions, legal separation actions, and parenting cases to the extent applicable,
pretrial statements must include:
1. A list of disputed issues:
2. Special circumstances under child support guidelines:
3. Factors justifying sole decision-making responsibility:
4. Factors justifying unequal property division:
5. Circumstances justifying alimony:
6. Unresolved discovery issues:
7. Valuation(s) agreement status/values:
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Case Name:
Case Number:
PRE-TRIAL STATEMENT
8. A list of witnesses, including expert witnesses:
9. A list of exhibits:
10. Estimated time for final hearing:
11. Likelihood of settlement:
12. Special circumstances affecting trial scheduling:
I certify that on this date I provided a copy of this document to
or to
(other party)
by:
Hand-delivery OR
US Mail OR
(other party’s attorney)
E-mail
.
(E-mail only by prior agreement of the parties based on Circuit Court Administrative Order)
Date
Signature
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