Do not submit proposed orders related to a hearing prior to that hearing taking place.
proposed orders with required supporting documents should be submitted under
this tab. The case manager will review
your submission for accuracy and legal sufficiency, and either reject your
submission if it fails review or forward it to the judge for signature.
the matter has been heard by the court, include the words “post hearing” in
the title of your proposed order. That
signals to the case manager that the court has considered and ruled upon any
issues during the hearing.
agreed orders are those resulting from adverse parties coming to a
concurrence about a particular issue. “Agreed” does not mean that all parties on one side of an issue have
concurred. An example would be when
all beneficiaries agree to a particular matter. Even when that occurs, your proposed order
must be submitted under the proposed order tab for case manager review. Only submit agreed orders meeting this
definition under the Agreed Order tab.
Your petitions and supporting
documents must be filed and appear on the docket prior to submitting any
proposed orders. You filing something
with the clerk does not make the court aware of its existence. You must either set the matter for hearing if
need be, or submit your petitions, supporting documents and proposed orders via
To check the status of a proposed or agreed order, please log on to courtMAP
and access the workbench folder. A list of all pending, approved and rejected submissions
appear in the workbench folder.
Please be aware that certain items are prohibited on courthouse premises. If any listed prohibited item is detected to be in your possession when entering a court facility, you will be asked to exit the facility to secure the item elsewhere or dispose of it, before being allowed entry into the facility.