IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING JULY 1 CHANGES IN LAW & RULES:
- You MUST file a Case Information Sheet with ALL new civil cases (other than small claims actions) starting JULY 1 (pursuant to I.R.C.P. 3(d)(1)).
- Pursuant to Senate Bill 1202 the Supreme Court has created forms to be utilized by the sheriff to execute garnishments. Those forms that must be utilized beginning JULY 1, include:
- Notice of Exemptions;
- Instructions to Debtors and Third Parties;
- Claims of Exemption; and
- Written Interrogatories to Garnishee.
- The required Summons forms have been amended in civil and family law matters to warn defendants of potential adverse judgment if they do not respond within 21 (previously 20) days. This change was effective in civil cases in September of 2016 and in family cases, July 1, 2017. These forms are available on the Supreme Court’s website here: Civil Summons & Family Law Summons.
- R.F.L.P. 126 and the Child Support Guideline Forms have been revised. These changes become effective July 1, 2017. The forms are available on the Supreme Court’s website HERE.