A registrar will conduct your procedural hearing.

The purpose of the initial procedural hearing in a parenting case is to ensure your case is ready to proceed and is an appropriate case to be decided in the Family Court.

The party applying for orders will generally have filed:

Each other party is to file at least seven days before the procedural hearing:

Any interim applications which need to be decided by the Court before a final hearing may be listed before a judge for a decision.

What is the next step?

The step after the procedural hearing in a parenting case is that all parties attend the child responsive program at a date appointed by the registrar.

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