What is a motion without consent in family law and what happens at one?Updated September 1
Question & AnswerWhat is a motion without consent in family law and what happens at one?
4. Confirm your court date
You and your partner must tell the court that you will be at your hearing and that you're ready to go ahead.
You each do this by filling out a Form 14C: Confirmation. Write down the amount of time you think you'll need at court, the specific issues that will be discussed, and the documents the judge should read.
Give your partner a copy of the form before you give it to the court.
You must then the form with the court. Do this no later than 2:00 p.m. at least 3 days before your hearing date. If you miss this deadline, the hearing may not be held and you will have to get a new date. You can file the form in person at the courthouse or by email through the Justice Services Online website. It can no longer be filed by fax.