Resolution Management Conference

A Resolution Management Conference in Arizona is a meeting between spouses, along with your Arizona Divorce Attorney, and the judge that is intended to resolve issues that are under argument in your Divorce case. If the issues surrounding your divorce cannot be resolved during this conference, your case is then scheduled for trial. Requesting a conference is a way to have your issues resolved without the court having to rule on your case. It is important to note that even if two parties enter into a mutually agreed upon set of orders, that a divorce still has to take a minimum of 60 days to finalize from the time of filing.

In order to make sure that you are prepared for your Resolution Management Conference, you must complete the Resolution Statement that was attached to your Order to Appear. Once you have completed this statement, you will need to send the other party a copy of this along with a copy to the Family Law Case Manager. While it is not required to have an Arizona Divorce Attorney to appear for a Resolution Management Conference, having one is the best way to insure that your rights are being protected during this hearing. At Enholm Law, PLLC we provide a free initial case evaluation where you can discuss the entirety of your case as well as discuss what you hope to accomplish at your Resolution Management Conference. This is also a good time to discuss what you might need in the way of Temporary Orders for Spousal Maintenance or Child Support while you are waiting for your Divorce Trial to commence.

The standard time that a Resolution Management Conference can run is between 2 to 3 hours. If you know that you cannot appear at your scheduled conference, you must notify the court 2 weeks prior to the scheduled conference and ask for a continuance. You must submit any documentation that supports your reason to ask for a continuance, or the signature of both parties agreeing to the continuance. In the event of an emergency such as hospitalization, severe illness or death in the family you should have your Arizona Divorce Attorney get in touch with the court immediately.

At Enholm Law, PLLC we provide an initial free case evaluation where you can discuss your needs with an Arizona Divorce Attorney who can then advise you on the best way to proceed. At Enholm Law, PLLC we promise up-front fee structures and a comprehensive case plan to best address your needs and constant contact with your Attorney.

Contact us at 602-889-6273 today for a free consultation with an Arizona Divorce Attorney to discuss your case and discover why Enholm Law, PLLC are the right Lawyers for you.