Motion to Consolidate

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A Motion to Consolidate is a legal document that is filed with the Court to request that two legal matters be joined and heard together. This type of motion is typically made when two or more matters involve a common child, common parties, or a common question of law. If the Court grants the Motion, then the lowest case number will become the case number for all future filings. This request is made mainly in the interest of judicial economy (avoiding court costs and expense) as well as unnecessary burden and time of the parties.

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