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I Have a UCD Hearing, What Happens There and What Do I Bring?

You will need to bring the following items with you to the final hearing: Your Florida Identification, which is likely a Driver’s License, and Fifteen dollars exact change would be best) for the mandatory fee charged by the court reporter assigned to the courtroom where the final hearing is to be held. At the time of the final hearing, you will be asked a series of questions from either the Judge or your attorney, depending on the manner in which the Judge opts to conduct the final hearing. The questions will center on whether your Agreement was signed freely, voluntarily and do you intend to be bound by it. If the matter is a paternity case, you will be asked about your acknowledgment of paternity as well. The hearing last less than five minutes, and many other cases will likely be scheduled for the same time slot. For more information about UCD Hearing or need to consult with a child custody lawyer in Miami please visit www.dadvocacy.com or contact us at (305) 371-7640
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