Motion for Telephonic Appearance

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A Motion for Telephonic Appearance is a legal document filed with the Court requesting that a party be allowed to appear telephonically at a hearing instead of in-person. The motion will show good cause as to why the party is unable to appear in-person. The most common reasons for a Motion for Telephonic Appearance include:

  • Health of a Party
  • Burden of a Party
  • Distance of a Party to the Court
  • Conflicts in Schedule
  • Personal Appearance Unnecessary (ex: 15-minute return hearing)

The party filing the motion will also include the other party’s position on the request. Once filed, the other party may respond to the motion stating their reasons why the motion should be denied.

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