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Questions About Your Case If the other party still does not file a written Response or Answer in 10 court days, you may be able request a default hearing date.

To request a default hearing, call 602-372-3332.

You will be asked the following questions before your hearing can be set:

1. Case Number:___________________________
2. Does your case involve children? Yes Yes No No
If Yes,
  what type of Legal Decision Making is asked for in the petition? Joint Joint Shared Shared Sole Sole Non Applicable N/A
  Have you filed your Parent Information Program Certificate? Yes Yes No No
  Has the Respondent filed their Parent Information Program Certificate? Yes Yes No No
3. Do you need an interpreter? Yes Yes No No
  If Yes, what language_______________________
4. For Dissolution, Legal Separation and Annulment matters only:
  Is Spousal Maintenance/Support being requested? Yes Yes No No
  Has at least 64 days passed since the respondent was served? (94 days if service was by publication), If you answer no, you must wait until the time has passed. Yes Yes No No
5. Has at least 10 working days passed since the Affidavit and Application for Default was filed? If you answer no, you must wait until the time has passed Yes Yes No No
6. Type of Service:  
  Acceptance Acceptance In State In State Out of State Out of State  
  Date Acceptance was signed:_________________  
  Private Process Server/Sheriff Private Process Server/Sheriff In State In State Out of State Out of State
  Registered Mail Registered Mail  
  Date green card was signed:__________________  
  Publication Publication  
  Date of 1st publication_______________________  
7. Date Application & Affidavit of Default was filed:__________________
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