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Littrell, James S vs Wasilishin, Courtney

November 20, 2020

Case No. FN2019-052928 / LITTRELL / WASILISHIN NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA In Re the Matter of: James Stephen Littrell, Petitioner, and Kristina Courtney Wasilishin, Respondent The Court has reviewed the Motion for clarification/petition to Enforce Decree filed 8/26/2020. Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that petitioner, James Stephen Littrell and Respondent, Kristina Courtney Wasilishin shall appear in person at a RESOLUTION MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE (RMC) on December 11, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. for 30 minutes before: The Honorable John C. Rea The Resolution Management Conference shall be held via video conference using the GoToMeeting application. Information regarding access to this Division's virtual courtroom is listed blow along with procedures for participants and public observers. Judge John C. Rea's virtual Courtroom. Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Rea. You can also dial in using your phone (669) 224-3412 Access Code: 946-391-165. If you get a message telling you that the room is lock just stay on the line, that means that the judge has not concluded his previous meeting. Once that meeting is complete you will be automatically entered in the meeting. New to GoToMeeting. Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts. All parties must attend the hearing. If only one party comes to the RMC, the Court will likely proceed without the other party's participation. If neither party appears at the hearing. The matter may be dismissed. At least 5 days before the RMC, each party must (1) file; (2) provide the opposing party; and (3) hand deliver to the Judge's office a Resolution Statement as required by Rule 76 of the Arizona Rules of Family Court Procedure. The Resolution Statement must include a description of agreements reached by the Parties and each party's position on issues still in dispute. For information about the RMC and Rule 76 see Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure at the court's website,, or the packet regarding service available at the Court Resource Center. Failure to obey this order may result in sanctions. Date: October 21, 2020 Hon. John C. Rea 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 2020 EDITIONS ARIZONA CAPITOL TIMES

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