Q: My daughter & ex son in law have joint custody for their 2 children in the state of Utah. A few months ago my daughter
Came to Arizona because she was having some problems. Her ex agreed to keep the girls while she was away but before she left she was served papers from her ex stating he wanted full custody. So she responded to the courts from AZ & was given a court date & time that they were to have a phone hearing & my daughter was supposed to call on a certain day & time, well she just missed the court phone hearing & I wondered what could be done cuz she is freaking out. Can she call & reschedule or is it done & over with??
A: She really needs a Utah family law attorney to ensure her rights are adequately defended. That being said, she should contact the clerk and see if an order issued after the missed hearing or if there had been any additional filings. She may need to ask the Court to set aside any order that was issued and set the matter for another hearing.
I would not miss any future hearings.
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