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N.J. Superior Court, Chancery Division The Family Part of Superior Court in Middlesex County, with the approval of the Supreme Court, is instituting a procedure permitting the entry of default judgments without personal appearances in certain dissolution proceedings. Specifically, this procedure will be available for cases as follows: 1. Where the relief requested is limited to the dissolution of the marriage. 2. Where the relief requested is limited to the dissolution of the marriage and the incorporation in the Judgment of Divorce of a written Property Settlement Agreement executed by both parties resolving all issues. 3. When the relief requested is the dissolution of the marriage and the continuation of final orders entered in other proceedings resolving all issues of custody, visitation and support and where no other issues are presented. 4. In any of the circumstances noted above, relief may also be requested, by either party to permit that person to resume/assume the use of a prior or other name, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2A:34-21. For a copy of the procedure, please contact the Middlesex Family Intake Office at (732) 981-3221. Glenn Berman, Presiding Judge Family Part, Superior Court County of Middlesex

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