Local Court Rules

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Local Court Rules are a set of procedural regulations adopted by courts which are mandatory upon parties and their lawyers on matters within the jurisdiction of the court.  Most state have statewide rules of court procedure.  Local rules may encompass the time allowed to file papers, the format of documents (including the paper color of appeal court briefs), the number of copies to be filed, the procedure to file motions, the basis for calculating money amounts (including alimony and child support), fees for filing various documents, and numerous other mundane but vital matters.  

The Racine County Local Court Rules are approved and adopted by all ten Circuit Court Judges.

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