(a) Scope. -- These Rules shall govern the procedure in the Family Court of the State of Delaware with the exceptions stated in Rule 81. They should be construed and administered to secure the just, speedy and inexpensive determination of every proceeding. (b) Definitions. -- For the purpose of these Rules, unless the context requires otherwise,
10-20-2021 Order Amending Rules 4, 221, and 501 of the Family Court Rules of Civil Procedure, effective January 1, 2022 New Announcement regarding Amendments to Rules 4, 221, and 501 of the Family Court Rules of Civil Procedure; 09-22-2021 Order Amending Rules 5, 53.1, 77, 86, 87.2, 90.1, 101, 104.1, 104.2, AND 112 of the Family Court Rules of …
Delaware Family Court Rules of Civil Procedure. Browse as List. Search Within. Scope of Rules - One Form of Action. Commencement of Action; Service of Process, Pleadings, Motions and Orders: Deposit and Security for Costs. Pleadings and Motions. Parties. Depositions and Discovery. Trials.
Pursuant to Rule 72(a) of the Delaware Supreme Court Rules, attorneys who are not members of the Delaware Bar may be admitted pro hac vice in a proceeding in the discretion of the administrative Presiding Officer upon written motion by a member of the Delaware Bar who maintains an office in this State for the practice of law ("Delaware Counsel").
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE JACKLYN MILLER,1 Respondent Below, Appellant, v. KENNETH PRICE, Petitioner Below, Appellee. § § § § § § § § § § § No. 191, 2021 Court Below–Family Court of the State of Delaware File No. CN10-03625 Petition No. 20-27535 Submitted: November 1, 2021 Decided: November 16, 2021 ORDER It appears to the …
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Any issues related to competency that are raised post adjudication shall be raised and decided by the Court based on applicable Family Court Rules and case law. The issue of whether a child subject to § 1010(a) or (c)(3) of this title is competent to proceed shall be determined by the Superior Court consistent with the rules and procedures of
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The sole issue on this appeal is whether the Family Court abused its discretion in refusing to reopen a property division judgment, 468 A.2d 302 (Del.Fam.Ct.1983), where the wife claimed that the subsequent sale price of the marital residence constituted evidence substantial enough to warrant a reconsideration of the judgment already entered.
126.96.36.199 An Electric Supplier shall maintain a record of a Customer’s consent under subsection 188.8.131.52 of this regulation for a period of not less than 180 days from the expiration of the Customer’s consent. 184.108.40.206 An Electric Supplier’s Customer consent records are subject to audit by the Commission.
Family Law Commission. About the Family Law Commission. House Bill #699, passed on June 14, 1984, enabled the creation of a permanent family law commission. Relevant statutes regarding the Commission on Family Law and its purpose can be found in Chapter 20 of Title 13 of the Delaware Code. Read More.
FAMILY COURT RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE . I. SCOPE OF RULES -- ONE FORM OF ACTION. Rule 1. Scope and purpose of rules. (a) Scope. -- These Rules shall govern the procedure in the Family Court of the State of Delaware with the exceptions stated in Rule 81. They should be construed and administered to
In any proceeding, a person may be represented by an attorney at law admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware. Attorneys who are not members of the Delaware Bar may be admitted pro hac vice pursuant to Rule 72 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware as set forth in paragraph (c), below.
Attorneys who are not members of the Delaware Bar may be admitted pro hac vice pursuant to Rule 72 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware as set forth in paragraph (c), below. (c) Requirement of Delaware Counsel.