Requirements and Information
The attorney charged with preparing the proposed order should prepare it promptly and provide it to opposing counsel for review prior to submission to the Court. Attorneys shall not submit orders to the court with a copy to the opposing attorney for “objections within ‘X’ days.” Instead, the submitting attorney shall inform the Court that the proposed order is either agreed-upon, opposed, or that the submitting attorney has provided the order to opposing counsel (or pro se party) on a certain date, but no response from opposing counsel (or pro se party) has been received. See Twelfth Judicial Circuit Standards of Professionalism, paragraph F.5.
Orders and documents must be submitted to the Child Support Hearing Officer - Manatee County email account.
The sole purpose of the Child Support Hearing Officer - Manatee County email account is for the submission of documents under these requirements, or for the submission of proposed orders, findings, and/or report and recommendations. This account is not to be used to communicate with the Magistrate’s office in any way. Any emails sent for communication purposes to this email address will not be read, considered, or filed.