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Alston, Tarshish vs Campbell, Julius

November 19, 2021

Case No.: FN2019-000021 / Alston And Campbell ORDER TO APPEAR FOR RESOLUTION MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA TARSHISH ALSTON Petitioner JULIUS CAMPBELL Respondent PETITIONER TARSHISH ALSTON FILED A PETITION FOR ANNULMENT OF NON·COVENANT MARRIAGE WITHOUT MINOR CHILDREN ON JANUARY 8, 2019 AND A CONVERSION PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (DIVORCE) WITHOUT MINOR CHILDREN ON MAY 12, 2021. Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED THAT, Petitioner TARSHISH ALSTON and Respondent JULIUS CAMPBELL shall appear via video conference using the Microsoft Teams application for a Resolution Management Conference (RMC) on FEBRUARY 2, 2022 at 9:30 AM for 30 Minutes before: Honorable Monica Edelstein *All Parties to Appear Electronically* Judge Edelstein's Court Connect/Microsoft Teams Courtroom Please join the hearing by web by using this link: OR Join by phone by dialing this number: United States: +1 (917) 781-4590 Conference ID / Access Code: 308 635 88# PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS IN ADVANCE OF YOUR VIDEO HEARING 1) Teams Invitation: The invitation to join this Court's video conference is set forth above in this minute entry. If you need another copy of the invitation, please email this division at least three days before the hearing Katrina.Green@JBAZMC.Maricopa.Gov and request an invitation to the hearing. 2) Downloading & Testing Software: Upon your receipt of the invitation, click on the link provided to download the GoToMeeting application software. The software can be downloaded via a computer, smart phone, or other smart device. You should ensure that you download the application software on the device you intend to use at the actual hearing. Ensure that your device has a working microphone and webcam (most laptops, smart phones, and iPads already do). 3) Headphones: It is highly recommended that you use headphones (with mini-microphones) or air pods for the audio on your device during the hearing. Furthermore, you are strongly discouraged from having multiple people (attorneys or attorney staff) grouped around a single device for participation. These measures will improve the sound quality for you , your staff, and your Clients, and will create a clearer recording of the proceeding for the record. SERVICE The filing party MUST SERVE a copy of the Petition with this Order to Appear and all related documents on the other party in accordance with the Arizona Rules of Family Procedure. The party that filed the pleadings must make good faith efforts to complete service promptly. Proof of service must be provided to the Judge's office at least 3 days before the RMC or the RMC may be rescheduled or the matter dismissed. Information about service and the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure is available at the Court's website,, or the Court Resource Center. WHAT HAPPENS AT THE RMC The purpose of the RMC is to facilitate agreements between the parties and determine how the matter will proceed to resolution. You do not need to bring witnesses or documents. FAILURE TO APPEAR; DEFAULT All parties must attend the RMC. If only one party comes to the RMC, the Court will set an evidentiary hearing and proceed in that parties absence to take evidence and enter final orders granting the relief sought in the Petition. If neither party appears at the hearing, the matter may be dismissed. HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE RMC Before the RMC, each party must give the other party all documents and information he or she has that are relevant to the case. At least 3 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. At least 3 days before the RMC, the parties must meet and discuss their positions to try to resolve issue(s). This requirement does not apply if a Court order prohibits contact between the parties or they have a history of domestic violence. If the parties have lawyers, the lawyers are obligated to resolve as many issues as possible. For information about the RMC and Rule 76, see the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure at the Court's website,, or the packet of information available at the Court Resource Center. Parties that have minor, un-emancipated child in common must complete an approved Parent Education Program and file proof of completion before the RMC. Information about the Parent Education Program class is available at NOTE: All court proceedings are recorded digitally and not by a court reporter. Pursuant to Local Rule 2.22, if a party desires a court reporter, the party must make a written request to the Judge at least 10 days before the hearing, and the fee to the Clerk of the Court at least 2 days before the hearing. Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the Judge's office 5 days before the RMC. Requests for an interpreter for persons with limited English proficiency must be made 10 days in advance of the RMC. Failure to obey this order may result in sanctions. DATE 11/1/2021 /s/ The Honorable Monica Edelstein 11/19, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, 2021 editions Arizona Capitol Times

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