Clerk of the Court
Circuit Court Motions
A motion is a request to the Court to enter an order. Motions are written documents identifying the reasons for the request, and exactly what it is you want the Court to do. A motion fee is due when the motion is filed. In addition to the appropriate fee, all motions must be accompanied by a notice of hearing and proof of service. The judge’s copies of the motion and notice of hearing must be provided to have the motion placed on the judge’s calendar.
- Domestic Motion Card
- Plea Card
- Pro Con Notice of Remote Hearing Form
The party filing the motion needs to schedule a hearing date and notify the other party of the date, time, and place
of the hearing. View 17th Circuit Court - Judges' Motion
Calendar for available motion date and time information.
Before the judge will enter a judgment of divorce in a matter in which the FOC is involved, the Domestic Relations fee must be paid.
Motions may be filed in any type of case: