Necessary Representation At Evidentiary Hearings
Evidentiary hearings are scheduled for resolution of matters pending trial and post-judgment. They are formal court appearances similar to trials where the court will hear the testimony of witnesses and allow the parties to present documents and other evidence. The formal rules of evidence will apply, and the proceedings can be difficult to get through without the assistance of counsel.
I am attorney Diane Kaer. With over 35 years of experience as a family law attorney, I have handled hundreds of evidentiary hearings in family law proceedings. I can ensure you are fully prepared for your hearing. My services include but are not limited to:
- Child support motions
- Spousal maintenance motions
- Child custody modification proceedings
- Emergency orders for protection in domestic violence proceedings
- Residence exclusion hearings
- Post-judgment enforcement proceedings
- Motions for attorney fees
- Other types
These matters are generally initiated by the filing of a motion that states an initial date and time for a hearing. Sometimes the hearings are limited to the pleadings filed and arguments made. Other times, the initial hearing is used to schedule a hearing at a later date when the court will have more time for the taking of evidence.
Your Next Step Is To Act Promptly
If you have been served with a notice of motion and have an upcoming hearing, contact me immediately. Generally, preparation will be required and documents will need to be filed in a timely manner. It will be difficult for you to find representation for a matter scheduled for hearing unless you act promptly.
Call my office Kaer Law, P.C., at (952) 232-1744 today.
After hours? You can also send me an email, and I will respond as soon as I receive and review it.