Jones, Heather vs Eric McCormick
Case No. DO2009 193 / JONES / McCORMICK
ORDER TO APPEAR POST-JUDGMENT/DECREE
Heather Jones, 6407 W Mission Ln, Glendale, AZ 85302 623-226-2702, Representing Self
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT IN THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COCONINO
Petitioner: Heather Jones
Respondent: Eric McCormick
READ THIS NOTICE: This is an important Court Order that affects your rights. If you do not understand this Order, contact a lawyer for help. All parties, whether represented by attorneys or not, must be present. If there is a failure to appear, the court may make such orders as are just, including granting the relief requested by the party who does appear. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE HEARING MAY RESULT IN THE COURT ISSUING A CIVIL ARREST WARRANT, OR WHERE APPLICABLE, A CHILD SUPPORT ARREST WARRANT, FOR YOUR ARREST. IF YOU ARE ARRESTED, YOU MAY BE HELD IN JAIL FOR NO MORE THAN 24 HOURS BEFORE A HEARING IS HELD.
Based on document filed and pursuant to Arizona Law, IT IS ORDERED THAT YOU, ERIC McCORMICK appear at the time and place stated below so the court can determine whether the relief asked for in the petition should be granted.
INFORMATION ABOUT COURT HEARING TO BE HELD:
NAME OF JUDICIAL OFFICER: HON. Elaine Fridlund-Home
DATE AND TIME OF HEARING 9/2/20 at 10:00 a.m.
This Hearing will be conducted via ZOOM. All parties shall provide their email address to Division 4 by contacting the division at 928-679-7586, at least three (d) days after service has been accomplished, NO later than two (2) court days prior to the schedule hearing. The Zoom information will then be sent to the email address provided. Both parties shall mail or hand-deliver directly to Division 4, their exhibits so that the exhibits will arrive at least three (3) Court days prior to the hearing. Everyone is expected to have all parties' exhibits in front of them at the Zoom hearing. Provided that the exhibits are timely received, the Court Tech will email an exhibit list to all parties prior to the start of the hearing. ALL ATTORNEYS and self-represented parties SHALL have Video at all times during the Court hearing portion. They may be without video during the facilitations/pre-hearing conferences and mediations only. If the Attorney or Party does not have video for the evidentiary hearing, they will be subject to appropriate sanctions. This is due to the fact that Zoom is a Court hearing, not a "meeting", so the same rules apply for attorneys and self-represented individuals that would apply if they were in person in the Courtroom.
PREHEARING ORDERS (EVIDENTIARY HEARING)
An Evidentiary Hearing re: Petition for Modification of Parenting Time, Legal Decision-making and Child Support having been scheduled in this matter on September 2, 2020 from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.:
IT IS ORDERED that the parties shall appear in person at the scheduled Evidentiary Hearing, unless telephonic appearance is granted upon a motion timely filed.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall meet and confer (unless there is a current order prohibiting contact or a significant history of domestic violence between the parties; in which case, the parties shall take all steps reasonable to resolve as many of the issues as possible} not less than five (5) days prior to the Evidentiary Hearing and make reasonable efforts to resolve as many of the issues to be raised at the Evidentiary Hearing as possible. The "meet and confer" requirement applies to self-represented parties as well as those represented by attorneys. The "meet and confer" may be accomplished by telephone or email if the parties are unable to timely meet in person,
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that if a party desires to assert the statutory presumptions of A.R.S. §§ 25-403.03, 25-403.04, or 25-403.05, they shall file an Initial Disclosure Statement by 4:59 PM on 8/27/2020, which shall include any allegations, witnesses and evidence related to domestic violence, substance abuse and/or sex offender/murderer convictions. Such initial Disclosure Statement must include, at a minimum, allegations of (1) what happened; (2) when (approximate date); (3) where; and (4) who was there. NOTICE: Failure to provide sufficient information in the Initial Disclosure Statement may result in the inability to present evidence on the subject implicating a statutory presumption.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall each file a Disclosure Statement by 4:59 PM on 08/27/2020, which must be either hand-delivered or mailed (which includes delivery via Courthouse Box to the opposing party. If delivery is by mail or Courthouse Box, the Disclosure Statement must be postmarked by 4:59 PM on 08/27/2020. Copies of all Exhibits shall be exchanged with the Disclosure Statement. Exhibits are not to be Filed with the Court.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that said Disclosure Statement shall include a list of a witnesses that will be presented at the Evidentiary Hearing. If a witness is not listed in the Disclosure Statement, the witness will not be allowed to testify at the Evidentiary Hearing. The Disclosure Statement shall include the addresses and telephone numbers for each listed witness. The Disclosure Statement shall also include a statement fairly describing the substance of each listed witness' testimony.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that any notice for the Court to require strict compliance of the AZ Rules of Evidence (ARFLP Rule 2a) shall be filed no later n/a.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that any withdrawal of the invocation of ARFLP Rule 2a shall be by stipulation and SHALL be filed on or before n/a.
7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21, 2020 EDITIONS ARIZONA CAPITOL TIMES