I had a motion to modify hearing and have a new order in place. After reading the order, I found mistakes and felt like the “judgement didn’t fit the crime.” So I filed a motion to amend judgement so that judge can review the case and reconsider her decision. Family Court said that I have to schedule another hearing. I was wondering if I could waive my right to a hearing in this case.
The hearing that the family court is talking about is a court date for the judge to determine if the motion you filed to amend the judgment should be granted. There cannot be a new hearing on the issue that was already litigated.
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