AD paperwork

You will need to fill in the blanks with the actual dates from your case, before you file the motion.

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Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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In a Do It Yourself Divorce, I read in the Courts ‘Divorce Package’ - that the Summary Judgement should have most of the items in the body of the document left blank for the judge to fill out. Would you agree with this, or would it be beneficial to enter the key points of your compaint into the body of the Summary Judgement (so that the Judge does not have to write it in??