FD Dockets Or Domestic Dockets and How They Differ from Traditional FM or Matrimonial Dockets With The Courts in A Divorce Proceeding
FD Dockets Or Domestic Dockets and How They Differ from Traditional FM or Matrimonial Dockets With The Courts in A New Jersey Divorce Proceeding.
If a party files an FD docket complaint, prior to filing a divorce complaint. The case will be tracked as a Domestic or FD docket until it is merged with an FM docket that is given to any divorce complaint filed.
In family law matters, with an FD docket matter, Court hearings are generally held by Probation Hearing Officers, that are generally attorneys appointed by the Court.
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