Motions 101 – Planning to Win at Court


Motions 101  is vital to successfully  advancing or defending a contested family or civil motion – a key litigation tool used to deal with urgent legal issues.

This 2- hour seminar includes a question and answer period, and explains:

  • what, when, why, and how to file a motion;
  • Court filing and service requirements;
  • how to schedule a contested motion;
  • what sort of evidence can and cannot be included in affidavits;
  • the difference between an affidavit in support and in response;
  • when to use examinations on affidavits;
  • how to prepare, assemble, and file affidavits and motion briefs;
  • what to expect at a contested motion;
  • about legal costs;
  • about court orders.

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